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Capitol Complex

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Great pictures of the Capitol Complex, bryde! :thumbsup:

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Those are some really nice pics byrde ! They are nearly finished with the final two State bldgs. Those ,along with the renovated hotel will bring 1,600 additional workers to Downtown BR by late Summer !

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More Pics of the Capitol Complex

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^Very Nice! :thumbsup:

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9/11 Memorial in BR

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Very cool 9-11 memorial!! Seeing this pic and the one from Lafayette makes me want to go take pics of ours. I hate to say it, but I completely forget about it. Shreveport didn't build one, but Bossier did. The reason I forget about it is, it's at the Bossier Municipal Complex (City Hall, etc,) and that's not downtown but rather in an odd location.

Thanks for the pics, byrde. :)

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Lod Cook Alumni Center and Hotel

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Thanks Byrde for taking pictures of Baton Rouge for everybody to see; Soon I'll be taking some pics myself !

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Post all of your Baton Rouge pictures here! :thumbsup:

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Lod Cook Alumni Center and Hotel

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Cool pics. Since this place has a hotel attached, I'm assuming it's not on the LSU campus, or am I wrong?

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Cool pics. Since this place has a hotel attached, I'm assuming it's not on the LSU campus, or am I wrong?

Honestly, I don't know if the area where the hotel is located is the property of LSU. You have to drive through the campus to get to it. It is along the area where the frat and sorority houses are located.

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State Police Headquarters

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State Police Headquarters

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Wow, our State Police Dept has one of the nicest-looking office buildings in the state. I've never seen it before, and it looks cool. Beats their little "Troop G" office here! :D

The Arkansas State Police headquarters in Little Rock is a nice-looking building as well.

By the way, thanks for the info on the hotel thing. Now I know where to stay if I wanna hang out where the sorority girls are! :rofl:

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The State Police Building is pretty nice. :thumbsup:

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Nice shot, bryde! The State Police HQ looks great! :thumbsup:

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University Lake

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^Beautiful! Great shot! :thumbsup:

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^Beautiful! Great shot! :thumbsup:

Nice photo. Is University Lake in the city of Baton Rouge?

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Nice photo. Is University Lake in the city of Baton Rouge?

Yes.

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Yes.

Thanks... I just wasn't familiar with the lake. Of course I'm really not very familiar with Baton Rouge, though I'd like to spend a little time down there. Maybe next time I go to New Orleans I can spend a little time driving around B.R. I'm only really familiar with the areas right off the interstates, like the Siegen Lane area near SuperTarget for example.

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An old bridge over a river(don't know the name) on Florida Avenue between Denham Springs and Baton Rouge. :D

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Nice pic Nate ! Very familiar too, that's the Amite River Bridge. Actually just a couple hundred yards to the right in that pic is a fork in the river. That's were the smaller Comite River meets the Amite. The Amite's source is somewhee not too far north of Liberty MS, and goes all the way down to Lake Maurapaus. Amite River serves as a natural boundry between EBR and Livingston Parishes. To the north East Feliciana and St.Helena; and Ascsension(Livingston) to the south. The Amite had severe floods in 77' and 83' when I was a kid.

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Nice pic Nate ! Very familiar too, that's the Amite River Bridge. Actually just a couple hundred yards to the right in that pic is a fork in the river. That's were the smaller Comite River meets the Amite. The Amite's source is somewhee not too far north of Liberty MS, and goes all the way down to Lake Maurapaus. Amite River serves as a natural boundry between EBR and Livingston Parishes. To the north East Feliciana and St.Helena; and Ascsension(Livingston) to the south. The Amite had severe floods in 77' and 83' when I was a kid.

Thanks, Richy!

Ahh, you know I was thinking it was the Amite River, but I wasn't sure.

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An old bridge over a river(don't know the name) on Florida Avenue between Denham Springs and Baton Rouge. :D

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Very cool. Something about an old bridge with a rusty cage over it... it has a certain historical charm to it.

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