Walnut Street Bringe in Fog
John Ross Bridge
The John Ross Bridge (known to Chattanoogans as the Market Street Bridge) spans the Tennessee River in Chattanooga, TN. It is the only bascule draw bridge in Tennessee. Listed on National Register of Historic Places, construction began in 1914 and was completed in 1917.
Sewanee Roof Top
Spanning the Tennessee River in Chattanooga, TN, this train bridge is still in operation. During the storms of April 27, the structure in the background was ripped from its support.
All Saint's Chappel
Home to the Lyndhurst Foundation
Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge
Located in Chattanooga, Tn this historic bridge was built in 1890 and closed to motor vehicle traffic in 1978. It was re-opened for pedestrian use in 1983. It is one of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world.
Under the Bridge
The fire escape
The fire escape is located on the back side of the infamous Yesterday's bar in Chattanooga, TN. Unfortunately Yesterday's is gone, but the building is still interesting and brings back great memories for many Chattanoogans.
Gorden Lee Mansion
Located in Chickamauga, GA this hoe was built as a private home in1840 and completed in 1847. During the Civil War it was used as a hospital where many soldiers died from their injuries.
Fort Morgan Arches
Train Bridge House
The Tennessee River
Walnut Street Bridge from Coolidge Park
From the north shore of the Tennessee river in Chattanooga, Tn these three bridges are wonderfully accentuated by a lovely sunset.
The Mudpie restaurant & coffee house was located on Fraizer Avenue in Chattanooga, TN. The restaurant is no longer in business, but the sign still exists on the back of the building.
Walnut Street Bridge
Hamilton County Courthouse
21st Century Water Front
View of the 21st Century Water Front from the north shore of the Tennessee River.
Window from old US Pipe foundry
Fort Barrancas Pensacola
Gate at Bluff View
Streets of Isle des Saints
# 27 Isle des Saints
Fort Barrancas Cell
Fort Barrancas Tunnel
Fort Barrancas Lighted Arches
Fort Barrancas Hallway
Fort Morgan Pit
Fort Morgan Pensacola