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Built in 1895, the Piney Woods Inn of Southern Pines burned to the ground in thirty minutes. The fire, which took place in 1910, began in the boiler room where a spark from the furnaces had landed on a piece of kindling. Because the inn was made of fat Carolina pine, it burned quickly and firemen were unable to save anything. \r\n