Walnut from Market
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.
Walnut Street Bringe in Fog
Market Street Bridge in Fog
From the north shore of the Tennessee river in Chattanooga, Tn these three bridges are wonderfully accentuated by a lovely sunset.
21st Century Water Front
View of the 21st Century Water Front from the north shore of the Tennessee River.
Delta Queen in Fog
View of the Tennessee River Gorge from Snoopers Rock located in Prentice Cooper State Park.
Lookout Mountain at sunset
The Tennessee River
Under the Bridge
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.
This is the sign for the famous Chattanooga Choo-Choo located in Chattanooga, TN. The photo was taken from a nearby parking garage.
Market Street Bridge Counterweight
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.
Riverfront in the Rain
Chattanooga Riverfront in the Rain
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.
Auto Pilot Failure
This was spotted while driving down the road in South Pittsburg, TN
Norfolk Southern 4271
Elvis is on the Building
This art was found on the side of a building on Main Street.
Bluff View People
Rhino at the River
US Pipe & Foundry
Inside US Pipe & Foundry
Look closely and you can see Lookout Mountain through the windows.
Glass Street House of Prayer
Hamilton County Courthouse
Walnut Street Bridge from Coolidge Park
Home to the Lyndhurst Foundation
Confederate Cemetary Entrance
Chief John Ross House
Natural Bridge on Lookout Mountain
This old power meter is still attached to the building that is now the First Tennessee Pavilion in Chattanooga, TN.
The Knitting Mill
Located in Chattanooga, TN, this building was originally a sewing factory and now hosts an antique store and a restaurant.
Crystal Cave Barn
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.
Located on Hwy 41 in Grundy County, TN. The cave was discovered in 1897 by three Vanderbilt students and opened to the public in 1900. The cave closed in 1999 supposedly because there is no one to run it. The cave was a popular stop for travelers on US Hwy 41 before the opening of interstate 24.
I... (old Yesterday's)
Chattanooga Plow Company
Hunter Museum of Art
Gate at Bluff View
Coke Cola Windows
Samuel L. Jackson
This mural by a local artist of Samuel L. Jackson (a Chattanooga native) is on the front of a building on Main Street in Chattanooga. The building is set for demolition and several artists took park in a project they called Discoteca Demolition Project, turning the building's facade into a canvas.
Walnut Street Bridge
Ellis Restaurant Sign
Hunter in the Rain
Miller Park Fountain
Chattanooga Golf and Country Club
Rhino on the River
HDR, Chattanooga, Rhino
Martin Luther King, Jr
Glass Street Chattanooga,TN
The Gallery Fountain
Old Standard Coosa-Thatcher Mill
Bendabout Farms near Chattanooga,TN Rider Julio Arellano
South African rider James Armstrong at Bendabout Farms.
Walnut Street Bridge from Market Street
Market Street Bridge Abstract
Help Me Stand Up
Found on Glass Street in Chattanooga
Stickball sculpture in "The Passage" Chattanooga,TN
Cherokee Stickball 2
St. George Hotel
Across the street from the Chattanooga Choo Choo.
Walnut Street Bridge at Sunset
Hamilton County Courthouse in Spring
Sturdy Mountain Folk
Lookout Mountain Tourist
Standard Coosa Thatcher Red Door
Delta Queen Leaving Chattanooga
Walnut Street Bridge from the South Shore
Battlefield in the Fall
Snodgrass Cabin in the Rain
Used as a Civil War field hospiital during the battle of Chickamauga.