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Rural King

Paris, TN Part II

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This thread mainly covers the residential areas surrounding the downtown commericial district. There is a large variety of old housing stock in these areas that I think most folks should find interesting.

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This house definately needs some TLC.

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The Old Robert E. Lee school. It serves as some community center I believe now. I find this building to be a extremely interesting structure and very indicative of old historic West Tennessee architecture. Not to many old school buildings like this standing around anymore, definately not in this good of shape.

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A old house thats days may be numbered if its appearance is any indicator.

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Back to some more big old historic houses.......

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This old house is now home to a surveying and engineering firm's offices.

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Well thats it for Part II. Hope everyone found these photos interesting and got a feel for what this part of West Tennessee has to offer in the way of older residential housing.

Part III will finish up with us returning to downtown and its surrounding area, as there is quite a bit more of West Tennessee "Court Square" goodness to show. :D

Links:

Paris: Part I: Downtown - http://www.urbanplanet.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=24189

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Some of those are pretty nice houses, and some look like ones in Memphis. Thanks again for the pics! :thumbsup:

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