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A very well known waterfall and swimming hole in Grainger county. This was the prettiest waterfall of the weekend in my opinion.

 

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the "golden hour" has begun over at the Grainger Woods Forest Preserve in Vernon Hills, Illinois......pls. View On Black

Love these old buildings! We generally come home with more pics from the unplanned roadside stops then we do from the destination.

 

Located in Powder Springs Tn. Can't find any more info if anyone has some!

still shot from Grainger Woods Forest Preserve in Vernon Hills, Illinois.....pls. View On Black

Christian with his tripod and camera getting a few shots in before "playtime".

Grainger Town in the centre of Newcastle Upon Tyne, looking down Grey Street and Grainger Street.

This little gem and the 30 acres its on could be yours for $350,000.00. Theres also a house and a waterfall.

par Louis H. Grimshaw, Laing art gallery

Playing with patterns today. This is created from a shot of the roof of the Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne, which was rebuilt in 1901 after fire destroyed the orginal roof. Now a listed building, the roof is very reminiscent of that of a railway station.

Emily Grainger //// Burgreaves Industrial, Sheffield.

 

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Love these old buildings! We generally come home with more pics from the unplanned roadside stops then we do from the destination.

 

Located in Powder Springs Tn. Can't find any more info if anyone has some!

Grainger Market, Newcastle, UK

Grainger Market, Newcastle upon Tyne

 

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Street model outside Newcastle Central Station.

 

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Grainger Market Newcastle

 

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Constructed in 1880-1883 to a design by architect and civil engineer John Grainger, father of famous musician & composer Percy Grainger. He later designed Melbourne's Princes Bridge (1886).

 

So as to allow the movement of shipping up and down the river to the Port of Sale, the bridge was designed to swing open. "The bridge is an elegant wrought iron trussed structure, supporting a timber decked roadway. It is approximately 61 metres in overall length, with a balanced swing span of approximately 45 metres, revolving on a central pier through a hand operated winding mechanism. The central swing span, when in the open position, provided two openings 19.2 metres clear for river traffic. Brick abutments support the fixed approach timber decking." (Victorian Heritage Database)

 

It is the oldest bridge of its type in Australia, and one of only two operational swing bridges, the other being the Pyrmont Bridge at Sydney's Darling Harbour (1902).

 

The bridge at Longford is no longer operated by hand, but utilises the assistance of a generator driven electric motor for scheduled openings.

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While photographing a church over in Grainger County Tn. Saturday, I happened to look over on a hill just behind it and noticed this old house with the red barn. Needless to say, I had to include them.

Constructed in 1880-1883 to a design by architect and civil engineer John Grainger, father of famous musician & composer Percy Grainger. He later designed Melbourne's Princes Bridge (1886).

 

So as to allow the movement of shipping up and down the river to the Port of Sale, the bridge was designed to swing open. "The bridge is an elegant wrought iron trussed structure, supporting a timber decked roadway. It is approximately 61 metres in overall length, with a balanced swing span of approximately 45 metres, revolving on a central pier through a hand operated winding mechanism. The central swing span, when in the open position, provided two openings 19.2 metres clear for river traffic. Brick abutments support the fixed approach timber decking." (Victorian Heritage Database)

 

It is the oldest bridge of its type in Australia, and one of only two operational swing bridges, the other being the Pyrmont Bridge at Sydney's Darling Harbour (1902).

 

The bridge at Longford is no longer operated by hand, but utilises the assistance of a generator driven electric motor for scheduled openings.

Cherokee Dam is located on the Holston River in Grainger and Jefferson Counties in Tennessee. The Holston is a tributary of the Tennessee River, which is formed when the Holston and French Broad Rivers join near Knoxville. Cherokee Lake stretches for 59 miles from the dam to just south of Rogersville and includes parts of Jefferson, Grainger, Hamblen, and Hawkins counties. The dam is operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority. The TVA is a federally owned corporation created by Congress in May 1933 to provide navigation, flood control, electricity generation, fertilizer manufacturing, and economic development in the Tennessee Valley, a region hit hard by the Great Depression.

 

Funding for Cherokee Dam was signed into law on July 1, 1940 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and construction began the following day. Building the dam required the purchase of 45,158 acres of land and the relocation of 875 families, 51 cemeteries, and the community of Bean Station. Construction was completed on December 5, 1941, the gates were closed, and the reservoir began to fill.

 

If you saw the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", you probably remember the scene where the ancestral manse is flooded and the four main characters end up floating in a lake. While the scene is fiction, it is based on events that actually occurred in portions of Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.

 

This location in Grainger County is near the town of Bean Station (originally Bean's Station for settler William Bean and his descendants). I have mixed feelings about the TVA because, although it brought electricity, jobs, and progress to the area, residents whose families had occupied the land for generations were displaced. I have also heard stories of coffins rising to the surface of the lake because the workers did not actually move the graves but simply reported doing so.

 

“No, they're flooding this valley so they can hydroelectric up the whole darn state. Yes, sir, the south is gonna change. Everything's gonna run on a paying basis. Out with the spiritual mumbo-jumbo and the backward ways. We're gonna see a brave new world where they hook us all up to a grid. Yes, a veritable age of reason, like the one they had in France. Not a moment too soon. Not a moment too soon.”

--Everett McGill, "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

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Love these old buildings! We generally come home with more pics from the unplanned roadside stops then we do from the destination.

 

Located in Powder Springs Tn. Can't find any more info if anyone has some!

 

The oldest boy Jordan poses for me to try an hdr with a person in the shot.

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This is Rutledge Presbyterian Church, located in Grainger County, Tn. I first photographed, and fell in love with it, back in the early summer. After seeing how it set up on a rise up under the trees, surrounded by an old cemetery, I knew I wanted to go back and shoot it in fall. I made it back to Rutledge on Friday, but was disappointed with the color (or lack of color) among the trees. I did like the "warmer" lighting, and the leaves covering the ground. I would've loved to have been able to go inside and shoot, but the door was locked. This has become one of my all-time favorite churches that I've photographed over the years, and I would love to capture it in the snow. That'll probably not happen since I have to cross Clinch Mountain to get to Rutledge.

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Daily Edmonton-Calgary manifest is rumbling south near the hamlet of Grainger. Up ahead is the Bircham grade which will have this 8400 ton train down to a walking pace. That poor old 5557 (trailing) was screaming its lungs out!

395011 'Katherine Grainger' passes Gillingham Depot working 1F39 13:26 Faversham - St Pancras International on 24th April 2015

a lovely late afternoon by the pond in Grainger Woods Forest Preserve in Vernon Hills, Illinois....pls. View On Black

Composite of 1910 and 2014 Newcastle

Lesley Grainger fabric with many colourful flowers & birds from the USA

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In Grainger County, Tennessee.

We were litteraly in the middle of no where on a one lane road(no houses for miles) when we passed this... we had to turn around to get a shot!

Designed by prominent engineer John Grainger (father of musician Percy Grainger).

 

"The Water Tower at the corner of Marley Street and Cunninghame Street was commissioned in 1887 on a one acre site. It is a handsome four storey structure of brick, sparingly decorated with cream brick contrasting against the orange hue of the circular structure and topped by an iron tank. To the east is a second tower, built in 1922 to replace the first. The function of this tower has since been replaced by a new tower at the Sale Waterworks site."

 

Source: www.environment.gov.au

what could have been a gorgeous sunset was totally washed out by these storm clouds that rolled in fast over the pond and covered the sun totally...same storm system is still hovering over the northern suburbs where i'm at as i upload this photo....and there goes another loud thunder, so loud you can feel the house vibrate....just awesome!!!!! good night folks!!!! pls. View On Black

Melbourne, VIC, Australia

 

"Princes Bridge is an important bridge in central Melbourne, Australia that spans the Yarra River. It is built on the site of one of the oldest river crossings in Australia. The bridge connects Swanston Street on the north bank of the Yarra River to St Kilda Road on the south bank, and carries road, tram and pedestrian traffic. The present bridge was built in 1888 and is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register"

 

"The bridge was designed by John Grainger (1855–1917), the father of the Australian composer Percy Grainger, and built by David Munro. Construction on the new bridge began in 1886 and it was opened on 4 October 1888, in time for the second International Exhibition to be held in Melbourne." "The bridge was named Princes Bridge after Edward, Prince of Wales."

 

"Princes Bridge is 30 metres (99 ft) wide and 120 metres (400 ft) long, with bluestone squat half columns resting on piers supporting the three iron girder arches. The coat of arms on the bridge belong to the municipal councils who contributed towards the cost of construction. Other design features include an elaborate balustrade along the top of the bridge, and lamp standards crowning each pier.[4]

 

The bridge bears a close resemblance to Blackfriars Bridge in London, built around the same time, both excellent surviving examples of Arch Bridge design in the late 19th century.

 

The bridge underwent a restoration before the 2006 Commonwealth Games."

 

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princes_Bridge

I have seen many musicians playing in the streets of Cardiff. Usually people walk past and drop money in the guitar case for them, some even stopping to listen for s while. I've never seen people actually stop and stand around to watch. They do it with the performers, that do tricks or juggle or whatever, but not for musicians.

 

If you heard him play his violin with his own looping tracks that he makes as he goes you would understand why. Do a search for him on the net, and look out for his version of "Clocks" by Coldplay.

 

Candid captured in Cardiff, Wales.

live in concert im Cassiopeia in Berlin, Jesse Keeler, Sebastien Grainger

 

395011 'Katherine Grainger' Arrives at Strood On 30th September 2013 Working 1T92 17:46 St Pancras International - Maidstone West

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Northumbria Police's, BMW 330d XDrive, LJ14 ADO, is blocking the traffic, on Grainger Street, in Newcastle, during a EDL protest march, through Newcastle.

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Grainger Street Newcastle - 26/5/1976

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