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The Beautiful Lil Rck Skyline


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This is one of those webcams of the local affiliate, so it should be neat how it will change.

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The governors mansion of this liberal crackpot state, where state gov Bill Clinton got his groove on. Fortunately no bedroom was named after the Clinton family.

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Building where I work, not that this is not the Dillards Tower, it is just where they put the overflow, including my marketing unit. Don't I feel special.

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Outter North Little Rock, pic from KATV, which claims this pic is recent. Hmmn...

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Loop 430.

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Well, I hope you like downtown Little rock.

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Those are nice. The skyline could use a few more skyscrapers, though. But I guess Nashville has a shortage of skyscrapers when compared to other cities, so it's all relative. I'd actually really like to visit Little Rock.

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The picture from above was not one of the governor's mansion but of the old state house. It sits above the river and at one tme was two-sided to show the importance of the river. This is the Markham Street view.

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It is on the trolley line and just about four blocks West of the River Market.

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would you guys like to see more skyskrapers in your downtown? i would like to see more in my own city, but then again not all of our tall buildings are downtown

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Of course I'd like to see more new skyscrapers. I'm sure a guy in Chicago would say the same....

The same goes for most cities....there are business parks scattered all over the place with tall buildings, but I really wish they would have focused downtown :-/

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Of course I'd like to see more new skyscrapers.  I'm sure a guy in Chicago would say the same....

The same goes for most cities....there are business parks scattered all over the place with tall buildings, but I really wish they would have focused downtown :-/

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yeah... like to see more here too.

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