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Macon skyline

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Macon's Skyline is better, but augusta has nice one but savannah need to go higher.skyline1-1.jpgskyline2-1.jpgDOWNTOWNMAC1.jpgDOWNTOWNMACARIEAL.jpgmaconskyline.jpg

You can also visit www.newtownmacon.com, click on downtown photos for more pictures.

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Nice shots. I once ate at that Waffle House at about 2 am in the morning. Very interesting indeed. :)

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More pictures of Downtown Macon......

Apartment Tower

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Apartment Tower

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Gateway Plaza a Night...

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9 story Heart Center For the Medical Center.. Under construction

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The Ramada Plaza formerly( Crowne Plaza)

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Scenes 1

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Downtown Coming East Macon at the Second St....

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A look fron emory highway in East Macon....

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This a picture of the new Sara Lee plant South Macon at I-75 industrial Park Area

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More Pictures

Medical Center

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Fox24 News Station DT

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Riverview Hotel DT

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Images of Redeveloped Building DT

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Macon Terminal Station( future Home Of Macon Transit, Greyhound, & Proposed Commuter rail Station (from ATL to Macon)

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Middle Ga Regional Airport Terminal

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Some VERY nice buildings. I especially like the Gateway Plaza (and I am usually not a fan of modern architecture). What is it? Condo or office building?

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Medical Center at another side...

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skyline pic from the north

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Macon City Audtorium

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Why is this not in the Macon subforum?

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Proposed I-16/75 slipt Future concept photo..

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Another Big Hosptial in Macon Coliseum Medical Center photo1

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Coliseum Medical Center photo2

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Macon Northside Hosptial

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Macon Skyline photo

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MaconGa Farmer Bureau HQ from above...

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Ga bureau Main Enterance

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Inside the Macon Coliseum

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When is the last time a new midrise or highrise office tower was constructed in Downtown Macon??

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When is the last time a new midrise or highrise office tower was constructed in Downtown Macon??

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The New State of Art Heart Center Extended part of The Medical Center .

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Macon's Skyline is better, but augusta has nice one but savannah need to go higher.skyline1-1.jpgskyline2-1.jpgDOWNTOWNMAC1.jpgDOWNTOWNMACARIEAL.jpgmaconskyline.jpg

You can also visit www.newtownmacon.com, click on downtown photos for more pictures.

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you cant honeslty say macon is more built up than savannah or augusta. i dunno about augusta but i will say that macons skyline is alot more visible than savannah's, tho savannah is just as built up:

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