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Random Midtown pics of no coherency--pt. 1

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I took about 300 shots of Memphis when I was down there last June. Most--or some--of these have been posted on other forums. I don't believe I've posted many of them here before. It's just a bunch of random shots. I'll post some others later.

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Madison Avenue, Midtown's Main Street:

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Memphis College of Art annex:

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Restaurant:

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Venerable Stewarts Hardware store:

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Sears:

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Memphis is full of great architectural treasures. What do you bet the houses in the foreground of Sears used to be outfitted in every Kennmore appliance ever made - lol. Can you imagine living THAT close to such a big business? How convenient!

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Thanks for those pictures sleepy! Where these pictures taken on a Sunday? That picture looking down Madison makes Midtown look like a ghost town.

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Thanks for those pictures sleepy! Where these pictures taken on a Sunday? That picture looking down Madison makes Midtown look like a ghost town.

Thanks, they were taken early Sunday morning, June 5th, 2005.

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I just love those grand old homes of midtown. It one of the finest older residential areas I've ever seen. Thanks for posting the pics!

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Great pics! Midtown is a awesome area to drive through and look at.

I look forward to seeing the area around the Sears Building becoming redeveloped, there is alot of potential there.

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