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bobliocatt

Lakelander captures Chattanooga and Knoxville

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Here's some summer pics of these two Tennessee cities, I never bothered to post.

Chattanooga

Great little industrial city, with a nice riverfront revitalized core.

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tivoli.jpgriver.jpg

hill.jpgfountain.jpg

Knoxville

This place was a lot better than I orginally imagined it to be.

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warehouse-1.jpgmoderntowers.jpg

Downtown-3.jpgDowntown-2.jpg

Downtown-1.jpgClub-2.jpg

warehouse-2.jpgDowntown-4.jpg

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Nice pics! We don't see either of these cities very much on the forum. Thanks for posting these.

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Knoxville looks great! And I love the architecture in Chattanooga. (The 4th photo is my favorite)

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great pics. it's always interesting to see the old hometown (Knoxville;) too bad it's passed on so many projects in favor of sprawl development, but there's been some good things happening downtown recently.

my high school wasn't too far from here

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Nice pics! I used to live in Knoxville when I was really little. Great to see it's downtown!

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Very nice pics. The cities looked very clean and the buildings are well preserved. The streets are rather empty, do u take those pics on weekend?

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I love Chattanooga because its location in the mountains is steller. The views from Ruby Falls and Lookout Mountain are amazing. The riverfront is also fun to walk along. Great pictures that capture the essence of both towns.

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Nice pics! The downtown looks great.

ACK!!! The Vol's stadium is U of M's biggest competition for size. Technically, by size their stadium is bigger than Michigan's, but our seats more because they cram people onto benches that have numbers that are way too close together. If their stadium expands, U of M will have to expand as well.

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