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The Edges of Melbourne


the edges of melbourne- bridges and water, places of transit sometimes more interesting than the centre

The Edges of Melbourne

Nashville, TN


Nashville, TN is brought to you by: Franny Wentzel and others

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Nashville in the 1940s

author: Franny Wentzel : Nashville, TN
Sunday, August 23rd, 2009


 

Nashville in the 1940s

author: Franny Wentzel : Nashville, TN


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From an old Look Magazine picture book of the United States comes this aerial photograph of Nashville Tennessee. Owing to the size limitations of this site a few detail scans are in order Old mansions living out their last day as boardinghouses. Urban renewal didn't take kindly to these districts in the United States... The old railway station and attached post office. Where you went to catch the Chattanooga choo-choo. Both are still standing The mighty Cumberland River slowly washes by... The central business district with the State Capitol looming behind. The famous former home of the



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Very, Very Old Windows


The windows were put in in 1559. Using my powers of translation, I can tell you the inscription, in modern English, reads: "Richard Dale, Carpenter, Made these Windows by the Grace of God" (I bet you were all struggling with that...

Very, Very Old Windows

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Out in the Dry


Taken early in a summer morning, holiday in Bornholm Denmark !

Out in the Dry

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