The City
Scenes from around Nashville
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"Ghost Ballet for the East Bank Machineworks," a sculpture
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Nashville Tennessee Titan's stadium.
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The old Nabrico building is to be restored and a park built in the area.
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Grandma Bert poses with the Nashville tram shortly before their tour of the city.
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The walk of fame was across the street from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
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Grandpa Roy poses for Grandma in the Walk of Fame park across from the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
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Here a museum, there a museum, everywhere a museum...
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The ATT building reminds everyone of the cartoon character Batman.
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"Birth of Apollo" statue at the Nashville Symphony Orchestra
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Bridgestone Arena (left) and the radio tower, which is above the visitors' center in the old arena.
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Our walking tour guide was a Willy Nelson impersonator in the evening.
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The Redneck Comedy Bus Tour.
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There also were studio tours.
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And buggy tours.
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The strangest way of getting around that your grandparents saw in Nashville. Drink and work your feet.
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Honky Tonk Central
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Every bar and restaurant had live music.
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You could stop somewhere and listen to live rock-a-billy, blue grass or country just about 24 hours a day.
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The Ernest Tubb Record Shop, home of the Midnite Jamboree.
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Bikes were available in different locations for anyone who needed one. Note: A similar recent effort in Baltimore resulted in all the bikes being stolen.
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These are bicycle parking racks. They were spread around the city. These are across from Bicentennial Park.
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The state capitol building.