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Byline: Fran Daniel
Dec. 16--The downtown building once known as the Nissen Wagon Shop and often called "the old castle" has become the residence and workplace of the owners of a Winston-Salem commercial photography studio.
Lee Runion and his wife, Martha, who own Black Horse Studio, bought the building at the corner of Patterson Avenue and Third Street in 2003. The couple has since renovated a good portion of the four-story Gothic-revival building, which dates back to the 19th century.
"We gutted everything," Martha Runion, the president of Black Horse Studio, said of the building's basement, ground and first floor.
The revamping included …