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Nashville's most endangered historic properties

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This article lists some of Nashville's most historic properties. In the article you can click on each location and see pictures and history on the locations. The places include....Lock 2, Silverdene, The Home for the Aged Masons, Mount Ararat Cemetery, McCampbell House, Union Hill School and John B. Ransom School, Charlotte Avenue Church of Christ, John Geist Blacksmith Shop, Gothic Revival Chapel in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

I thought I would make these places aware to everyone, also, if anything happens to these places it can be discussed here.

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