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Published: Sun, 22 Apr 2018 22:32:38 -0700

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Starlite Drive-In - Tell City, INStarlite Drive-In - Tell City, IN

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 22:32:38 -0700

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The Starlite Drive-in is long abandoned where this marquee neon sign is all that remains. It's located on the old state road 37 at Starlite road.

The Starlite Drive-in is long abandoned where this marquee neon sign is all that remains. It's located on the old state road 37 at Starlite road.


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Douglass Clark House (and Courthouse)Douglass Clark House (and Courthouse)

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 22:32:06 -0700

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The original log house which incorporates a single room building, built in 1787, served as the first Sumner County Courthouse. Andrew Jackson appeared at the courthouse in his role as Attorney General for the Metro District. In the 1860s, four sons of Emma Douglass Clark fought for the Confederate Army in the Civil War. Only one of the four Douglas men, Charles, survived the war. He was discharged after serving under the command of General Nathan Bedford Forrest.

This house is located outside of Gallatin where Long Hollow Pike (TN174) passes Station Camp Creek. The home remained a family dwelling until 2007 when it was sold to the county. From there, Sumner County spent several years completely renovating the home. In 2015, the home opened as a visitor's center. The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011

Learn more here:
www.visitsumnertn.com/blog/august-2015/douglass-clark-hou...

The original log house which incorporates a single room building, built in 1787, served as the first Sumner County Courthouse. Andrew Jackson appeared at the courthouse in his role as Attorney General for the Metro District. In the 1860s, four sons of Emma Douglass Clark fought for the Confederate Army in the Civil War. Only one of the four Douglas men, Charles, survived the war. He was discharged after serving under the command of General Nathan Bedford Forrest.

This house is located outside of Gallatin where Long Hollow Pike (TN174) passes Station Camp Creek. The home remained a family dwelling until 2007 when it was sold to the county. From there, Sumner County spent several years completely renovating the home. In 2015, the home opened as a visitor's center. The home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011

Learn more here:
www.visitsumnertn.com/blog/august-2015/douglass-clark-hou...


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Krey Hot Sausage - Memphis, TNKrey Hot Sausage - Memphis, TN

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 22:30:50 -0700

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Here is a faded ghosted wall ad located in Memphis along G.E. Patterson St. near St. Martin St. About all that can be read is Country Style Hot Sausage with the Krey logo in the bottom right.

Here is a faded ghosted wall ad located in Memphis along G.E. Patterson St. near St. Martin St. About all that can be read is Country Style Hot Sausage with the Krey logo in the bottom right.


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T.R. Miller #12 - Pensacola, FLT.R. Miller #12 - Pensacola, FL

Sun, 22 Apr 2018 22:29:41 -0700

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This 2-4-2 steam locomotive was built by Baldwin in June 1904. It is on display at the Historic Pensacola Village Museum.

This 2-4-2 steam locomotive was built by Baldwin in June 1904. It is on display at the Historic Pensacola Village Museum.


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1956 Chevy Bel Air 2-door Hardtop1956 Chevy Bel Air 2-door Hardtop

Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:17:12 -0700

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This yellow 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door Hardtop was seen parked at the Nolensville Buttercup Festival.

This yellow 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air 2-door Hardtop was seen parked at the Nolensville Buttercup Festival.


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Southern White Rhino - Nashville ZooSouthern White Rhino - Nashville Zoo

Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:16:51 -0700

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_white_rhinoceros

There are four female rhinos at the Nashville Zoo. They are at the former elephant habitat since the summer of 2017.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_white_rhinoceros

There are four female rhinos at the Nashville Zoo. They are at the former elephant habitat since the summer of 2017.


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DragonflyDragonfly

Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:15:46 -0700

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Bruce Larsen
Dragonfly
2010 Steel and Found Objects
Given in honour of
William Cooper Wyatt
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It's the source of all true art and science." - Albert Einstein.

Dragonfly is part of the Riverwild Sculpture Garden at Delano Park in Decatur, AL.

Bruce Larsen
Dragonfly
2010 Steel and Found Objects
Given in honour of
William Cooper Wyatt
"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It's the source of all true art and science." - Albert Einstein.

Dragonfly is part of the Riverwild Sculpture Garden at Delano Park in Decatur, AL.


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Bell House - Winchester, VABell House - Winchester, VA

Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:14:48 -0700

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The Bell House in Winchester, VA is part of the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District as part of the Third Winchester Battlefield. In 2016, the two century old house was sold by the Bell family to the "Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation."

www.washingtonpost.com/news/house-divided/wp/2016/08/01/h...

The Bell House in Winchester, VA is part of the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District as part of the Third Winchester Battlefield. In 2016, the two century old house was sold by the Bell family to the "Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation."

www.washingtonpost.com/news/house-divided/wp/2016/08/01/h...


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Fort Loudon 1917 MarkerFort Loudon 1917 Marker

Mon, 09 Apr 2018 21:27:24 -0700

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About 150 years after Fort Loudoun was no longer in use, its history was largely forgotten. In 1917, the Tennessee Chapter of the Society of Colonial Dames placed this marker here when very little else of the site was discernable. The placement of this marker is one of the contributing factors to this historic site being rebuilt by the WPA and to be operated as a state park today.

About 150 years after Fort Loudoun was no longer in use, its history was largely forgotten. In 1917, the Tennessee Chapter of the Society of Colonial Dames placed this marker here when very little else of the site was discernable. The placement of this marker is one of the contributing factors to this historic site being rebuilt by the WPA and to be operated as a state park today.


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Abraham Lincoln Bridge near SunsetAbraham Lincoln Bridge near Sunset

Wed, 04 Apr 2018 21:55:20 -0700

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The Abraham Lincoln Bridge opened in Dec. 2015 for the northbound lanes of I-65 to cross the Ohio River in Louisville. This view was taken from Louisville Waterfront Park.

The Abraham Lincoln Bridge opened in Dec. 2015 for the northbound lanes of I-65 to cross the Ohio River in Louisville. This view was taken from Louisville Waterfront Park.


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Abraham Lincoln Bridge at DuskAbraham Lincoln Bridge at Dusk

Wed, 04 Apr 2018 21:54:38 -0700

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The Abraham Lincoln Bridge opened in Dec. 2015 for the northbound lanes of I-65 to cross the Ohio River in Louisville. This view was taken from Louisville Waterfront Park.

The Abraham Lincoln Bridge opened in Dec. 2015 for the northbound lanes of I-65 to cross the Ohio River in Louisville. This view was taken from Louisville Waterfront Park.


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Fort Loudoun State ParkFort Loudoun State Park

Wed, 04 Apr 2018 21:53:42 -0700

SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) posted a photo: From Wikipedia: Fort Loudoun was a British colonial-era fort located in what is now Monroe County, Tennessee, United States. Built in 1756 and 1757 to help garner Cherokee support for the British at the outset of the Seven Years' War, the fort was one of the first significant British outposts west of the Appalachian Mountains. The fort was designed by John William G. De Brahm, its construction was supervised by Captain Raymond Demeré, and its garrison was commanded by Demeré's brother, Paul Demeré. It was named for the Earl of Loudoun, the commander of British forces in North America at the time. Relations between the garrison of Fort Loudoun and the local Cherokee inhabitants were initially cordial, but soured in 1758 due to hostilities between Cherokee fighters and European settlers in Virginia and South Carolina. After the massacre of several Cherokee chiefs who were being held hostage at Fort Prince George, the Cherokee laid siege to Fort Loudoun in March 1760. The fort's garrison held out for several months, but diminishing supplies forced its surrender in August 1760. Hostile Cherokees attacked the fort's garrison as it marched back to South Carolina, killing more than two dozen and taking most of the survivors prisoner. The fall of Fort Loudoun led to an invasion of Cherokee territory by General James Grant and an important peace expedition to the Overhill country by Henry Timberlake. The fort was reconstructed in the 20th century based on the detailed descriptions of its design by De Brahm and Demeré, and excavations conducted by the Works Progress Administration, the Fort Loudoun Association, and the Tennessee Division of Archaeology. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965, and is now the focus of Fort Loudoun State Park.From Wikipedia: Fort Loudoun was a British colonial-era fort located in what is now Monroe County, Tennessee, United States. Built in 1756 and 1757 to help garner Cherokee support for the British at the outset of the Seven Years' War, the fort was one of the first significant British outposts west of the Appalachian Mountains. The fort was designed by John William G. De Brahm, its construction was supervised by Captain Raymond Demeré, and its garrison was commanded by Demeré's brother, Paul Demeré. It was named for the Earl of Loudoun, the commander of British forces in North America at the time. Relations between the garrison of Fort Loudoun and the local Cherokee inhabitants were initially cordial, but soured in 1758 due to hostilities between Cherokee fighters and European settlers in Virginia and South Carolina. After the massacre of several Cherokee chiefs who were being held hostage at Fort Prince George, the Cherokee laid siege to Fort Loudoun in March 1760. The fort's garrison held out for several months, but diminishing supplies forced its surrender in August 1760. Hostile Cherokees attacked the fort's garrison as it marched back to South Carolina, killing more than two dozen and taking most of the survivors prisoner. The fall of Fort Loudoun led to an invasion of Cherokee territory by General James Grant and an important peace expedition to the Overhill country by Henry Timberlake. The fort was reconstructed in the 20th century based on the detailed descriptions of its design by De Brahm and Demeré, and excavations conducted by the Works Progress Administration, the Fort Loudoun Association, and the Tennessee Division of Archaeology. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965, and is now the focus of Fort Loudoun State Park.[...]


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Fort Loudoun State ParkFort Loudoun State Park

Wed, 04 Apr 2018 21:52:41 -0700

SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) posted a photo: From Wikipedia: Fort Loudoun was a British colonial-era fort located in what is now Monroe County, Tennessee, United States. Built in 1756 and 1757 to help garner Cherokee support for the British at the outset of the Seven Years' War, the fort was one of the first significant British outposts west of the Appalachian Mountains. The fort was designed by John William G. De Brahm, its construction was supervised by Captain Raymond Demeré, and its garrison was commanded by Demeré's brother, Paul Demeré. It was named for the Earl of Loudoun, the commander of British forces in North America at the time. Relations between the garrison of Fort Loudoun and the local Cherokee inhabitants were initially cordial, but soured in 1758 due to hostilities between Cherokee fighters and European settlers in Virginia and South Carolina. After the massacre of several Cherokee chiefs who were being held hostage at Fort Prince George, the Cherokee laid siege to Fort Loudoun in March 1760. The fort's garrison held out for several months, but diminishing supplies forced its surrender in August 1760. Hostile Cherokees attacked the fort's garrison as it marched back to South Carolina, killing more than two dozen and taking most of the survivors prisoner. The fall of Fort Loudoun led to an invasion of Cherokee territory by General James Grant and an important peace expedition to the Overhill country by Henry Timberlake. The fort was reconstructed in the 20th century based on the detailed descriptions of its design by De Brahm and Demeré, and excavations conducted by the Works Progress Administration, the Fort Loudoun Association, and the Tennessee Division of Archaeology. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965, and is now the focus of Fort Loudoun State Park.From Wikipedia: Fort Loudoun was a British colonial-era fort located in what is now Monroe County, Tennessee, United States. Built in 1756 and 1757 to help garner Cherokee support for the British at the outset of the Seven Years' War, the fort was one of the first significant British outposts west of the Appalachian Mountains. The fort was designed by John William G. De Brahm, its construction was supervised by Captain Raymond Demeré, and its garrison was commanded by Demeré's brother, Paul Demeré. It was named for the Earl of Loudoun, the commander of British forces in North America at the time. Relations between the garrison of Fort Loudoun and the local Cherokee inhabitants were initially cordial, but soured in 1758 due to hostilities between Cherokee fighters and European settlers in Virginia and South Carolina. After the massacre of several Cherokee chiefs who were being held hostage at Fort Prince George, the Cherokee laid siege to Fort Loudoun in March 1760. The fort's garrison held out for several months, but diminishing supplies forced its surrender in August 1760. Hostile Cherokees attacked the fort's garrison as it marched back to South Carolina, killing more than two dozen and taking most of the survivors prisoner. The fall of Fort Loudoun led to an invasion of Cherokee territory by General James Grant and an important peace expedition to the Overhill country by Henry Timberlake. The fort was reconstructed in the 20th century based on the detailed descriptions of its design by De Brahm and Demeré, and excavations conducted by the Works Progress Administration, the Fort Loudoun Association, and the Tennessee Division of Archaeology. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965, and is now the focus of Fort Loudoun State Park.[...]


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First Marshall County Court House (1836) - Lewisburg, TNFirst Marshall County Court House (1836) - Lewisburg, TN

Sun, 01 Apr 2018 22:28:16 -0700

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According to the TN Historic marker:
In this room of the original Abner Houston home the first court of Marshall County met October 3, 1836. Moved and restored by Robert Lewis Chapter DAR October 6, 1957.

Abner Houston was a pioneer of Lewisburg, and this home originally stood on Haynes St. two blocks north of the town square and current Marshall County Courthouse. Today, it is located in front of Lone Oak Cemetery in the triangle formed by US31A and Yell Rd.

Learn more here:
www.marshalltribune.com/story/2134723.html

According to the TN Historic marker:
In this room of the original Abner Houston home the first court of Marshall County met October 3, 1836. Moved and restored by Robert Lewis Chapter DAR October 6, 1957.

Abner Houston was a pioneer of Lewisburg, and this home originally stood on Haynes St. two blocks north of the town square and current Marshall County Courthouse. Today, it is located in front of Lone Oak Cemetery in the triangle formed by US31A and Yell Rd.

Learn more here:
www.marshalltribune.com/story/2134723.html


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Lee H. Hamilton Federal Building & United States CourthouseLee H. Hamilton Federal Building & United States Courthouse

Sun, 01 Apr 2018 22:27:23 -0700

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The federal courthouse in New Albany, IN appears to be fairly modern, but is actually 50 years old. The Lee H. Hamilton Federal Building & United States Courthouse opened in 1966 but was formally named for Hamilton in 1971.

The federal courthouse in New Albany, IN appears to be fairly modern, but is actually 50 years old. The Lee H. Hamilton Federal Building & United States Courthouse opened in 1966 but was formally named for Hamilton in 1971.


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Fort Walton Beach SunsetFort Walton Beach Sunset

Thu, 29 Mar 2018 21:04:07 -0700

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Photo taken from the Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier in Fort Walton Beach, FL.

Photo taken from the Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier in Fort Walton Beach, FL.


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Camp Forrest Monument - Tullahoma, TNCamp Forrest Monument - Tullahoma, TN

Thu, 29 Mar 2018 21:03:04 -0700

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Camp Peay 1926 - 1940
Camp Forrest 1940-1946
Arnold Center 1949
Tullahoma, Tenn

A tribute to the men and women who trained and worked at Camp Forrest and contributed significantly to victory in World War II.

Erected 1986 by Citizens of the City of Tullahoma.

Map to location.

This is located along Arnold Center Rd at about where the Arnold A.F.B. property begins. On the west side of the monument, there is a spot for one car to park on the paved remains of an old road.

Camp Peay 1926 - 1940
Camp Forrest 1940-1946
Arnold Center 1949
Tullahoma, Tenn

A tribute to the men and women who trained and worked at Camp Forrest and contributed significantly to victory in World War II.

Erected 1986 by Citizens of the City of Tullahoma.

Map to location.

This is located along Arnold Center Rd at about where the Arnold A.F.B. property begins. On the west side of the monument, there is a spot for one car to park on the paved remains of an old road.


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Restored Coca-Cola Mural - Selma, ALRestored Coca-Cola Mural - Selma, AL

Tue, 27 Mar 2018 21:59:44 -0700

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This vintage Coca-Cola advertisement was restored at some point, however the restored paint and sign explaining it are also starting to fade. The sign says:

This painted wall advertising has been restored in the original colors for historical reasons using slogans and pricing of the early 1900's when it was first painted. The location of Selma Coca-Cola Bottling Co from 1903-1910, was near the corner of Water Ave. & Lauderdale St.

The sign is on the side of Day Motor Supply, Inc on Lauderdale St. and faces the old federal courthouse

This vintage Coca-Cola advertisement was restored at some point, however the restored paint and sign explaining it are also starting to fade. The sign says:

This painted wall advertising has been restored in the original colors for historical reasons using slogans and pricing of the early 1900's when it was first painted. The location of Selma Coca-Cola Bottling Co from 1903-1910, was near the corner of Water Ave. & Lauderdale St.

The sign is on the side of Day Motor Supply, Inc on Lauderdale St. and faces the old federal courthouse


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Restored Coca-Cola Mural - Selma, ALRestored Coca-Cola Mural - Selma, AL

Tue, 27 Mar 2018 21:58:25 -0700

SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent) posted a photo:

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This vintage Coca-Cola advertisement was restored at some point, however the restored paint and sign explaining it are also starting to fade. The sign says:

This painted wall advertising has been restored in the original colors for historical reasons using slogans and pricing of the early 1900's when it was first painted. The location of Selma Coca-Cola Bottling Co from 1903-1910, was near the corner of Water Ave. & Lauderdale St.

The sign is on the side of Day Motor Supply, Inc on Lauderdale St. and faces the old federal courthouse

This vintage Coca-Cola advertisement was restored at some point, however the restored paint and sign explaining it are also starting to fade. The sign says:

This painted wall advertising has been restored in the original colors for historical reasons using slogans and pricing of the early 1900's when it was first painted. The location of Selma Coca-Cola Bottling Co from 1903-1910, was near the corner of Water Ave. & Lauderdale St.

The sign is on the side of Day Motor Supply, Inc on Lauderdale St. and faces the old federal courthouse


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