Discussion in 'Contemporary Photos of Civil War Sites & Events' started by SaraSibley, Jun 8, 2018.
On a trip to Chattanooga, TN in 2011 we took the Incline Railway up Lookout Mountain!
Great pics, thanks for posting.
I like your photos. Very good, thanks for posting them.
Nice job, Thanks for posting
Those are just gorgeous. Thanks so much for posting!
I really enjoy Lookout Mountain ~ great photos! (I kinda want to live up there. )
Excellent photos, @SaraSibley . Lookout Mountain is among my favorite Civil War locales.
That incline railway is pretty amazing!
Nice pictures, thanks for sharing
Thanks for posting these great photos!
Here are three members of the Fifteenth Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry enjoying the view.
Left to right:
Lieutenant Charles S. Hinchman, Captain William F. Colton, his brother Private Mathias B. Colton.
It seems like posing on precipices has been a popular pastime as that picture of Lookout Mountain shows. When I was at Grand Canyon a few years ago, there are folks who similarly pose as close to the edge as possible.
Great photos, thanks for sharing
Nice photos, Sara; since they're not recent ones, please look for my usual weekly feature Throwback Thursday where I usually post one of my "oldies" and invite others to share theirs too. Welcome to the forums!
A great photo,! Although, I don't expect to ever pose like that!
Thanks, will be on the lookout for your Throwback Thursday!
We have been to the Grand Canyon several times and have ridden the mules down to Phantom ranch. A great ride and a great time, but some of the tourists get really crazy and dangerous with their selfies! Perhaps they should read the book "Over The Edge, Life and Death In Grand Canyon" before they pose again!
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