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3 hours ago, UrbanWes03 said:

*Photo Bomb Incoming*  

Finally got around to editing all of these. These are from a couple of weeks ago during my fall break. Some are a little blurry due to wide angle and being taken through a window, but enjoy! Apologies for the photo screw up on the previous version of this post. Didn't know there was a special way to upload pictures.

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2 hours ago, donNdonelson2 said:

Nashville, October 1965

From Metro Nashville Archives Facebook page

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Too bad Nashville couldn't keep all these buildings... if Nashville built most of their skyscrapers and high rises north near Capitol Hill, the city urbanity would be more aesthetic today.  Also,  the interstate practically looks the same.  

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11 hours ago, MagicPotato said:

Too bad Nashville couldn't keep all these buildings... if Nashville built most of their skyscrapers and high rises north near Capitol Hill, the city urbanity would be more aesthetic today.  Also,  the interstate practically looks the same.  

Sadly, we lost a lot even by 1965. With the ruling to allow the demolition of Polk Place (the President's home and burial site) around 1900, followed up by the mass-demolition of mansions for the War Memorial project after the end of WW1, we were headed down a dark path. :(

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36 minutes ago, Auntie Yock said:

Sadly, we lost a lot even by 1965. With the ruling to allow the demolition of Polk Place (the President's home and burial site) around 1900, followed up by the mass-demolition of mansions for the War Memorial project after the end of WW1, we were headed down a dark path. :(

I didn't know Polk's presidential home was located in Nashville? and also the War Memorial project?  Both of these locations could easily have become museums of some sort. 

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15 minutes ago, MagicPotato said:

I didn't know Polk's presidential home was located in Nashville? and also the War Memorial project?  Both of these locations could easily have become museums of some sort. 

War Memorial Building contains the Military Museum portion of Tennessee State Museum.

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6 hours ago, markhollin said:

It was a water tank that served the stockyards and factories in that area.

 

6 hours ago, colemangaines said:

Does anyone know what this building is? Looks like approximately 3rd Ave N and Harrison Street, near the current Sounds stadium.

It reminds me of the big car "vending machines" Carvana has.
 

OK I'm pretty sure it was a natural gas reservoir with on site pressure regulation. I was pretty young wondering myself and I don't remember how I found out but that white cylinder would move. Now in case I'm dreaming down here, maybe someone can send the photo to the gas company to verify. I could be way off.

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On 10/23/2021 at 7:07 AM, markhollin said:

My friend Glynne from a high point at Percy Warner Park, 8 miles from downtown:

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I’d like to check out this view next time I’m home. Is it easily accessible and do you access it from the area where the stone steps are? That’s the only part of Percy Warner park that I’ve ever visited 

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