1 and 2 Astro Motel, 1725 Hwy. 17 S., Myrtle Beach 3. Golden Sands, 603 Ocean Blvd.
4. Palmetto Vista, 600 N. Ocean Blvd.
Inn1. Wayfarer, 311 N. Ocean Blvd. 2. S. Ocean Blvd. 3. Sportsman Inn 4. The Virginian
1. The Gathering Spot, 407 Yupon Circle 2. and 3. Old Myrtle Beach vacation homes 4. Peggy Ann Apartments, 4th Ave, S. 5. Holiday Shores, 7301 N. Ocean Blvd.
1. Sea Park, 1501 N. Ocean Blvd. 2. Tradewinds, 201 Ocean Blvd. 3. Sea Echo, 14th Ave. N. 4. 7 Brothers, 102 N. Ocean Blvd.
1. 2. and 3. Oliver's Lodge, 2401 Hwy. 17 in Murrells Inlet (the insert is a "memory photo" of us, taken in 2007.) This location is now a residential home. In earlier years it was gome to a "reality" show. 4. J. Edwards, 2300 S. Kings Hwy. This restaurant was closed in 2011. This building is still standing, but it's empty.
1. Summer Sands Motel, 1402 S.Ocean Blvd. 2. Budget Inn, 101 S. Ocean Blvd. 3. Murrells Inlet 4. Moving out - SavMore 5033 Dick Pond Road
Old motel in Murrells Inlet, lost to fire. It has been overtaken by Mother Nature
1. Pawleys Island Marina and Yacht Club 2. Pacfic Beach store newr Family Kingdom 4. Conway Kayak Riverfront, now closed. 5. Carousel Motel, 492S. Ocean Blvd. 6. Wicked Stick Golf Course and the Clubhouse have been demolished. An Aldi Grocery Store and a new tire store are currently located in this area.
1. 793 Hwy. 17 S. in Surfside Beach 2. and 3. Back and front of Fountainbleau Inn, 701 Flagg St. Myrtle Beach (To be demolished soon) 4. Midtown Motor Inn, 309 8th Ave. N 5. Sun-Fun Motel at 2305 Withers Drive.
1. and 2. Back and front of Beverly Motel , 703 N. Ocean Blvd. 3. Crepe Myrtle, 7th Ave. N. 4. Crepe Myrtle Inn (2) and the Lancer sign at 401 7th Ave. N. 5. Mykonos, formerly Bullwinkles, being demolished Photo: 4/9/16
1. 2. Sea Palms (back and front), 308 7th Ave. N 3, 4, 5 The 24-year old Buccaneer Bay mini golf course located at 5894 S. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach, closed Aug. 16, 2013. This is now a neighborhood Wal-Mart, along with other developments
1. Sail Inn Motel 3507 N. Ocean Blvd. 2. 303 Flagg St. 3. Rainbow Court, 411 N. Ocean Blvd. 4. Hookah Heaven located at 510 N. Kings Hwy. 5. Flagg St. at 6th Ave. N.
1. Click on the burned building to view 7 photos - aftermath of the Georgetown fire, 9/25/12. 2. and 3. Beach View Apts. located on N. Ccean Blvd. between 21st Ave N and 22 Ave. N 4. Sand Dollar, located at the corner of Chester St. and 6th Ave, North. Listed for sale in Dec. 2013
1. and 2. I took these two shots in Sept. 2007 and came accross them recently when I was looking for something else. In case you have not already guessed, this is the site of the former Pavilion. I wanted to get inside and search for any treasures I might find in the rubble, but it was totally fenced off. You'll find more Pavilion photos in the links at the bottom of this page. 3. Suck Bang Blow (S.S.B.) Four Corners Murrells Inlet. It was sold to an investor and later demolished. This is how it looked 5/5/2014. 4. Back of SBB, 5/20//2014.
1. The old German Baden Band Organ was first on exhibit in the 1900 World Exposition in Paris. (Listen to the music!) Featuring 89 keys and 400 pipes, the organ offered various dancing tunes. It ran on a system that was more than 100 years ago - hand-fed cardboard sheet music. After the Pavilion was demolished, the band organ was moved to Broadway at the Beach. But you won't see it there, and no one knows where it is, or if it is ever coming back. 2. Noel Court Motel, 312 - 6th Ave. N. 3. Victory Motel 202 S Ocean Blvd. 4. Sand Bucket, 603 N. Ocean Blvd.
1.Waikiki Village, 1500 S. Ocean Blvd. 2. Atlantic Holiday, 403 6th Ave. S. 3.Southern Breeze Motel, 1901 S Ocean Blvd 4. The Oasis Motel 2 , 700 York St.
1. Oasis Motel 704 York St 2. Ocean Liner Motel, 109 N. Ocean Blvd. 3 Ocean View Motel, 204 N. Kings Hwy at 2nd Ave. N. 4. Atlantic Sands 308 2nd Ave.
1. and 2. Surfside Beach 3. Capt. Juel's Hurricane Restaurant, the walk behind Capt. Juel's. (This ramp has been replaced)
1. Sea Nymph 601 N. Ocean Blvd. ( To be demolished soon) 2. Two new buildings that were never finished (due to bankruptcy) and homes later demolished at the corner of Myers Ave and Yorkshire Pkwy to make room for a new housing development. (See Market Common ball field oin background.) 3. 6th Ave, N. at Ocean Blvd. 4. Cathedral Bible College near The Market Common, close to the Red Cross building
1. Wave Rider, 1600 S. Ocean Blvd. 2. 407 - 7th Ave. North Myrtle Beach 3. San Marcus Villa Motel, 204 N. Kings Hwy. 4. Side Wheeler Restaurant at 5. Decaying steps of the Sidewheeler Restaurant in Conway.
2. 204 26th Ave. 3. View of South Ocean Blvd. 4. The Oasis 5. Thee Doll House, standing empty. (6-14-16.) It was too delapidated for repair and has been moved to another nearwby location 6. The Depot - \\Standing empty at 802 Hwy.17 S. Surfside Beach.
1. Time Out! Bar, 520 8th Ave. N, after it was destroyed by fire on Oct. 25, 2012 2. Time Out! Bar before. the fire (This Photo property of Time Out!) 3. NASCAR Cafe, 21st. Ave. N, opened in 1998 and closed in October 2008. When it first opened, the food was good, but as time went by the quality dropped and we stopped going there. In Jan. 2011 it was announced that NASCAR was being remodeled and would soon open at the Pat Boone Family Theater. The remodeling took place, but the builsite stood empty. Now, remodeled again, this building has become the Hollywood Wax Museum 4. Phillips Seafood, 1807 21st Ave. N. Formerly it was Alabama Grill which opened in Myrtle Beach in 1994. Phillips featured Maryland-style crab cakes and a fresh seafood store, but the curb-style restaurant never caught on in Myrtle Beach. Phillips was torn down and the ground leveled on 12/3/2015. 5. Between 14th and a5th Ave S. Ocean Blvd.
1. Planet Hollywood in "the day" 2. and 3. Planet Hollywood being demolished near the end of Oct. 2015. 4. Cedar Hill Restaurant (Murrells Inlet) stood rempy for a long time.It is now the location of Graham's Landing Restaurant 5. Piggly Wiggly stands empty in The Market Common. It has now turned into 801 Billiards & Bowling - upscale bowling, games, mini golf, food and beverage - and even a Happy Hour. (Got kids? Take them to the mini golf. You'll be amazed!)
1. and 2. Hard Rock Cafe. The 2016 construction at Broadway at the Beach became a new Hard Rock Cafe and demolition of the old Pyramid. The first photos shows when were both were still open, during the transition. Photo two shows the bulldozers at work tearing down the old Hard Rock. 3. Riviera Motor Lodge, 714 30th Ave. S. in Atlantic Beach, North Myrtle Beach 4. Myrtle Square Mall. I took this photo in 2006, not long before the mall was flattened to the ground.
1.and 2. Palace Theatre in its glory days and then again in 2017 3. Garden City Beach