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Published: Tue, 06 Dec 2016 21:44:56 -0800

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Glen Echo - Franklin, TNGlen Echo - Franklin, TN

Tue, 06 Dec 2016 21:44:56 -0800

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From Wikipedia:

Glen Echo, also known as Harpeth Hall, is a property in Franklin, TN that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. It is a former plantation house that is now the centerpiece and administrative office of the Battle Ground Academy's Upper School campus.

It was designed and/or built c. 1828 by Joseph Ruff for Williamson County's first Circuit Judge Thomas Stuart. The structure includes Federal architecture. The NRHP listing was for an area of 14 acres with just one contributing building.

It was one of about thirty surviving antebellum "significant brick and frame residences" built in Williamson County that were centers of slave plantations. It is one of several of these located "on the rich farmland surrounding Franklin"; others were the Dr. Hezekiah Oden House, the Franklin Hardeman House and the Samuel Glass House, the Thomas Brown House, the Stokely Davis House, the Beverly Toon House and the Samuel S. Marten House.

From Wikipedia:

Glen Echo, also known as Harpeth Hall, is a property in Franklin, TN that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. It is a former plantation house that is now the centerpiece and administrative office of the Battle Ground Academy's Upper School campus.

It was designed and/or built c. 1828 by Joseph Ruff for Williamson County's first Circuit Judge Thomas Stuart. The structure includes Federal architecture. The NRHP listing was for an area of 14 acres with just one contributing building.

It was one of about thirty surviving antebellum "significant brick and frame residences" built in Williamson County that were centers of slave plantations. It is one of several of these located "on the rich farmland surrounding Franklin"; others were the Dr. Hezekiah Oden House, the Franklin Hardeman House and the Samuel Glass House, the Thomas Brown House, the Stokely Davis House, the Beverly Toon House and the Samuel S. Marten House.


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Sothern Railway Caboose XC1 - Knoxville, TNSothern Railway Caboose XC1 - Knoxville, TN

Tue, 06 Dec 2016 21:44:02 -0800

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This transfer caboose dates back to 1926. It is located at the Old Smoky Railway Museum, which is a collection of rolling stock outside the historic Southern depot in Knoxville, TN.

This transfer caboose dates back to 1926. It is located at the Old Smoky Railway Museum, which is a collection of rolling stock outside the historic Southern depot in Knoxville, TN.


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Limestone County Courthouse - Athens, ALLimestone County Courthouse - Athens, AL

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 20:40:49 -0800

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The featured building in the Athens Courthouse Square Commercial Historic District is the Limestone County Courthouse, built in 1919 in Neoclassical style with Palladian influences. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in 2012.

On the November day this photo was taken in 2016, a large Christmas wreath was displayed along each side. There is also some construction work being done on the grounds.

The featured building in the Athens Courthouse Square Commercial Historic District is the Limestone County Courthouse, built in 1919 in Neoclassical style with Palladian influences. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in 2012.

On the November day this photo was taken in 2016, a large Christmas wreath was displayed along each side. There is also some construction work being done on the grounds.


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Limestone County Courthouse - Athens, ALLimestone County Courthouse - Athens, AL

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 20:39:43 -0800

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The featured building in the Athens Courthouse Square Commercial Historic District is the Limestone County Courthouse, built in 1919 in Neoclassical style with Palladian influences. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in 2012.

On the November day this photo was taken in 2016, a large Christmas wreath was displayed along each side. There is also some construction work being done on the grounds.

The featured building in the Athens Courthouse Square Commercial Historic District is the Limestone County Courthouse, built in 1919 in Neoclassical style with Palladian influences. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage in 2012.

On the November day this photo was taken in 2016, a large Christmas wreath was displayed along each side. There is also some construction work being done on the grounds.


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Adaptive Reuse Boxcars - Franklin, TNAdaptive Reuse Boxcars - Franklin, TN

Tue, 29 Nov 2016 20:38:45 -0800

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These three Boxcars have been repainted in a tan color and are now on the grounds of The Factory in Franklin, TN. There are two Louisville & Nashville cars and one Tennessee Central.

These three Boxcars have been repainted in a tan color and are now on the grounds of The Factory in Franklin, TN. There are two Louisville & Nashville cars and one Tennessee Central.


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Confederate Monument - Franklin, TNConfederate Monument - Franklin, TN

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 21:30:40 -0800

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This monument to Confederate Soldiers is located in the middle of Franklin's town square. This photo was taken during the city's 4th of July festival.

This monument to Confederate Soldiers is located in the middle of Franklin's town square. This photo was taken during the city's 4th of July festival.


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Triton Cockatoo - Nashville ZooTriton Cockatoo - Nashville Zoo

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 21:29:47 -0800

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The Triton Cockatoo is on exhibit in the Kangaroo petting area at the Nashville Zoo.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulphur-crested_cockatoo

The Triton Cockatoo is on exhibit in the Kangaroo petting area at the Nashville Zoo.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulphur-crested_cockatoo


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Burial site of Gov. Henry HortonBurial site of Gov. Henry Horton

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 21:29:08 -0800

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Henry Hollis Horton was the 36th Governor of Tennessee from 1927 to 1933. He was elevated to that position after the death of Gov. Austin Peay, and then was elected to two more terms.

After his death in 1934, he was buried in his family cemetery on his farm in Wilhoite, TN. In 1961, this farm in Marshall County was purchased by the state and is now Henry Horton State Park. This grave and small cemetery is easily visible from highway US31A.

A couple of years ago, an associate challenged me to find all of the Tennessee Governor's burial sites. This is #12 in my quest, so I am finally taking it seriously. My list: 1) John Sevier 3) Willie Blount 9) James K Polk 13) William Trousdale 15) Andrew Johnson 17) William G. Brownlow 22) Alvin Hawkins 23) William B Bate 25) John P. Buchanan 35) Austin Peay 36) Henry Horton 44) Ray Blanton.
See all of them here.

Henry Hollis Horton was the 36th Governor of Tennessee from 1927 to 1933. He was elevated to that position after the death of Gov. Austin Peay, and then was elected to two more terms.

After his death in 1934, he was buried in his family cemetery on his farm in Wilhoite, TN. In 1961, this farm in Marshall County was purchased by the state and is now Henry Horton State Park. This grave and small cemetery is easily visible from highway US31A.

A couple of years ago, an associate challenged me to find all of the Tennessee Governor's burial sites. This is #12 in my quest, so I am finally taking it seriously. My list: 1) John Sevier 3) Willie Blount 9) James K Polk 13) William Trousdale 15) Andrew Johnson 17) William G. Brownlow 22) Alvin Hawkins 23) William B Bate 25) John P. Buchanan 35) Austin Peay 36) Henry Horton 44) Ray Blanton.
See all of them here.


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Mutant Super SodaMutant Super Soda

Fri, 18 Nov 2016 21:27:55 -0800

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Made my Monster energy drink people, this soda taskes like any store brand generic of Mountain Dew

Made my Monster energy drink people, this soda taskes like any store brand generic of Mountain Dew


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Luverne, AL Pepsi-Cola mural 1 - 61 on MainLuverne, AL Pepsi-Cola mural 1 - 61 on Main

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 21:10:01 -0800

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"More Bounce to the Ounce"

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.

"More Bounce to the Ounce"

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.


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Luverne, AL Pepesi-Cola mural 2 - 5 CentsLuverne, AL Pepesi-Cola mural 2 - 5 Cents

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 21:09:37 -0800

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Pepsi Cola Hits the Spot.

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.

Pepsi Cola Hits the Spot.

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.


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Luverne, AL Pepsi-Cola mural 3 - The General StoreLuverne, AL Pepsi-Cola mural 3 - The General Store

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 21:08:52 -0800

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Say "Pepsi, please"

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.

Say "Pepsi, please"

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.


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Luverne, AL Pepesi-Cola mural 4 - Food DepotLuverne, AL Pepesi-Cola mural 4 - Food Depot

Tue, 15 Nov 2016 21:08:25 -0800

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"More Bounce to the Ounce"
Fun's-A-Cookin' - With plenty of Pepsi
Super Foods Food Depot - Cost plus 10%

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.

"More Bounce to the Ounce"
Fun's-A-Cookin' - With plenty of Pepsi
Super Foods Food Depot - Cost plus 10%

The most prominent business in the small town of Luverne, AL is a Pepsi Bottler. Not too long ago, several of the business along Main St. had retro-looking Pepsi Murals painted. 2015 was Pepsi 100th Anniversary in Luverne, so that is probably the reason they are here.


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Doctors Building - Nashville, TNDoctors Building - Nashville, TN

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 20:55:02 -0800

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Today this building is a Homewood Suites Hotel. The exterior of a portion of the first floor is a filming location for the TV show Nashville (Highway 65 Records).

Here is the building history from Wikipedia:
The Doctor's Building is a six-story commercial building in Nashville, Tennessee that was constructed in 1916 (some sources say 1910) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The building site was the former location of the home of railroad magnate Colonel E.W. Cole, with his home being the last 19th-century mansion on Church Street. A new building, known as "The Doctor's Building" was then constructed as a three-story building, with medical offices on the upper floors, and retail shops on the ground floor. A few years later (in either 1916 or 1921), it had three more stories added, increasing its size to 100,000 square feet. The design, by architect Edward E. Dougherty of the architectural firm "Dougherty and Gardner" was of the elaborate Beaux-Arts or Renaissance Revival style. The exterior is sheathed with glazed polychrome terra cotta.

In the 1940s and 1950s, the building consisted of office space for many of the city's doctors and dentists.

Today this building is a Homewood Suites Hotel. The exterior of a portion of the first floor is a filming location for the TV show Nashville (Highway 65 Records).

Here is the building history from Wikipedia:
The Doctor's Building is a six-story commercial building in Nashville, Tennessee that was constructed in 1916 (some sources say 1910) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The building site was the former location of the home of railroad magnate Colonel E.W. Cole, with his home being the last 19th-century mansion on Church Street. A new building, known as "The Doctor's Building" was then constructed as a three-story building, with medical offices on the upper floors, and retail shops on the ground floor. A few years later (in either 1916 or 1921), it had three more stories added, increasing its size to 100,000 square feet. The design, by architect Edward E. Dougherty of the architectural firm "Dougherty and Gardner" was of the elaborate Beaux-Arts or Renaissance Revival style. The exterior is sheathed with glazed polychrome terra cotta.

In the 1940s and 1950s, the building consisted of office space for many of the city's doctors and dentists.


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Nelson House Hotel - Columbia, TNNelson House Hotel - Columbia, TN

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 20:54:04 -0800

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The Nelson House, also known as the Columbia House Hotel was built in 1828 with Pleasant Nelson as the proprietor. For many years, it was the area's premier hotel including stays by President Andrew Jackson and future President Andrew Johnson.

During the Civil War, Confederate Lt. Andrew Wills Gould died here after a clash with Nathan Bedford Forrest. After an ambush and defeat, Forrest held Gould responsible for the defeat. When they met at the Masonic Hall down the road, Gould shot Forrest, who stabbed Gould. Forrest quickly recovered but Gould died at the hotel after a massive infection.
www.columbiadailyherald.com/sections/opinion/columns/afte...

Hello to anyone who found this here:
www.onlyinyourstate.com/tennessee/southern-tn-town/
The One Tennessee Town That’s So Perfectly Southern

The Nelson House, also known as the Columbia House Hotel was built in 1828 with Pleasant Nelson as the proprietor. For many years, it was the area's premier hotel including stays by President Andrew Jackson and future President Andrew Johnson.

During the Civil War, Confederate Lt. Andrew Wills Gould died here after a clash with Nathan Bedford Forrest. After an ambush and defeat, Forrest held Gould responsible for the defeat. When they met at the Masonic Hall down the road, Gould shot Forrest, who stabbed Gould. Forrest quickly recovered but Gould died at the hotel after a massive infection.
www.columbiadailyherald.com/sections/opinion/columns/afte...

Hello to anyone who found this here:
www.onlyinyourstate.com/tennessee/southern-tn-town/
The One Tennessee Town That’s So Perfectly Southern


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Summerville, GA Passenger DepotSummerville, GA Passenger Depot

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 20:52:48 -0800

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The Passenger train station in Summerville, GA was built by Central of Georgia Railroad in 1918. Today, the depot is a museum for the Chattoga County Historical Society.

The Passenger train station in Summerville, GA was built by Central of Georgia Railroad in 1918. Today, the depot is a museum for the Chattoga County Historical Society.


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First Baptist Church - Franklin, TNFirst Baptist Church - Franklin, TN

Mon, 14 Nov 2016 20:51:56 -0800

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This historic church building in downtown Franklin was built as First Baptist Church in 1849. Although the building was damaged in the Civil War, it was rebuilt, then rebuilt again in 1890 after a fire. The Baptist congregation moved away in 1988 and the building has been home to a couple of denominations since then.

This historic church building in downtown Franklin was built as First Baptist Church in 1849. Although the building was damaged in the Civil War, it was rebuilt, then rebuilt again in 1890 after a fire. The Baptist congregation moved away in 1988 and the building has been home to a couple of denominations since then.


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Captain Thomas Ryman Statue - Nashville, TNCaptain Thomas Ryman Statue - Nashville, TN

Sun, 13 Nov 2016 21:27:02 -0800

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This statue by Sculptor Steve Shields of Captain Thomas Ryman is located in downtown Nashville in front of the modern entrance to Ryman Auditorium. Ryman donated the money to build the Union Gospel Tabernacle, which was named in his honor after his death.

This statue by Sculptor Steve Shields of Captain Thomas Ryman is located in downtown Nashville in front of the modern entrance to Ryman Auditorium. Ryman donated the money to build the Union Gospel Tabernacle, which was named in his honor after his death.


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