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T Bird and Bel Air

I shot this Oct. 2, 2005 at Talk of the Town in Etowah, TN. A very cool 50s style diner. The waitress depicted in the artwork is the woman who done the artwork. Self portrait kinda. Her husband is the man in the 56 Chevy Bel Air. I did some HVAC work for them back then. They didn't own the diner or building but owned other property in the area. Unfortunately Talk of the Town went out of business a few years ago. It was a good place to eat at.

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Mums

Old 300D Rebel done a really good job here. I barely tweaked the sharpness and boosted the color. Cropped but not reduced.

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"The L&N, Gone But Not Forgotten"

Etowah TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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One of many at the Star Mountain Street Rod & Customs Show in Etowah, TN

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Etowah, Tennessee Railroad Station (Side View)

A side view of the old Railroad Depot in Etowah, Tennessee. This depot was built by the L&N Railroad in 1906. It has been completely restored and houses a railroad museum. The mainline of of the CSX railroad runs behind the depot.

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Switching Ends of the Train in Farner, Tennessee

EMD diesel #2391 is shown passing the TVRR Museum's excursion train in Farner, Tennessee. The engine had just pulled the train up the Hiwassee Loop and into Farner, and it was switching ends in order to return the train to it's Gee Creek starting point. The conductors are riding the engine.

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Etowah, Tennessee Railroad Depot

This Railroad Depot was built by the L&N railroad in 1906 to service the railroad town of Etowah, Tennessee, as well as, serve as a division headquarters for the railroad. The depot has been completely restored by the town of Etowah, and is now a museum dedicated to the history of the railroad that created the town.

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Knoxville & Holston River EMD GP9 Leased to the TVRR Museum

Knoxville & Holston River EMD GP9 #2391 is leased by the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum and used to pull the Hiwassee River Rail Special on a three and one half hour trip from near Etowah, Tennessee to Farner. The excursion uses track that is known as the L&N's "Old Line" and runs parallel to the Hiwasee River and up the Hiwassee Loop that goes around and up Bald Mountain. This area of track was once part of the L&N's mainline between Knoxville and Atlanta.

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White's Antiques Building in Etowah, Tennessee

A unique building across the street from the old L&N railroad depot in Etowah, Tennessee. The building now houses an antique store.

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Honoring World War I Veterans

The town of Etowah, Tennessee erected this monument on the front lawn of what was once the railroad depot. It was constructed to honor the men of Etowah who served in World War I.

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Etowah Fire Department Engine 302

Etowah, Tennessee Fire Truck #302 about to turn on to Tennessee Avenue in downtown Etowah. This is one of three trucks owned by the city of Etowah.

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Tennessee Avenue Looking South in Etowah, Tennessee

Etowah, Tennessee is a small town located in Eastern Tennessee that was created in 1906 when the L&N Railroad built a depot at that location. Etowah was a railroad town and when the railroad pulled out the town suffered.

This is the town's main street. It is named Tennessee Avenue. Many of the town's old stores now house antique shops. This photo was taken from near the old railroad and looks South on Tennessee Avenue.

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