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Ft Payne Depot.
Ft Payne Depot.
  • Author: Mr. Pick Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-26 11:27:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'39"N - 85°43'6"W
  • Built by the Alabama-Great Southern Railroad in 1891, the depot in Ft. Payne, Alabama, is a beautiful example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. It was built with locally quarried pink and white limestone. Today the AGS is a subsidiary of Norfolk Southern and the depot has been restored and serves as a local museum.
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Oct_Fall_Bike_2018_(26_of_26)
Oct_Fall_Bike_2018_(26_of_26)
  • Author: Chuck 55 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-10-24 10:26:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°25'57"N - 85°43'53"W
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 1
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 1
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:30:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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Sign Shop.
Sign Shop.
  • Author: Mr. Pick Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-26 11:41:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'48"N - 85°42'55"W
  • In a back section of the old hosiery mill in Ft. Payne, Alabama.
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130 Northbound
130 Northbound
  • Author: AGS_3299 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-06-16 00:00:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°27'12"N - 85°42'38"W
  • Making good time towards Chattanooga, 130 blasts through the north side of Fort Payne.
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UP 9809
UP 9809
  • Author: AGS_3299 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-06-16 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'18"N - 85°43'23"W
  • An unknown northbound spends Saturday lawed out in the siding at Fort Payne. While widecab GE's aren't in short supply on any Class 1, Dash 9s are a minority on the UP roster. This one started life as Chicago & North Western 8705 in 1994.
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 2
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 2
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:31:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 3
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 3
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:32:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 4
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 4
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:34:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 5
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 5
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:35:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 6
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 6
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:32:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 7
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 7
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:32:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 8
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 8
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:34:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 9
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 9
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:43:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 10
House on Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne 10
  • Author: David Hoffman '41 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-16 07:44:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°26'26"N - 85°43'33"W
  • This is a creative commons image, which you may freely use by linking to this page. Please respect the photographer and his work. [There are 10 photos in this set] This Queen Anne at 208 SW Alabama Avenue, Fort Payne, Alabama dates from circa 1888. The 2-story frame house, built about 1888, displays asymmetry and a Queen Anne-style tower at one corner of the front facade. This tower and the steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables at the front and side define the roof line. Brackets are prominent in the wide overhanging eaves. Ornamental shingling covers much of the second floor (images 7 and 9, the tower and the rear view of the structure). A small porch is in the gable above the entrance porch. Fenestration on the second floor is characterized by small decorative panes. The first level has a wrap-around porch at the front and the side where the tower is dominant; the balusters are turned. Piers of brick with ornamental balusters provide support for the porch roof; the piers are a continuation of the brick foundation of the building. Brick steps lead from the street to the lawn, situated on a rise; from there wide steps of concrete lead to an arched entrance to the porch. Flanking these steps are two horses (they appear to be metal), a visual device that enhances the front facade. A double door with a single transom is highly decorated with ornamental metalwork. I'm wondering is these are not storm doors to the entrance. The final view (#10 in this series) is of a large outbuilding (garage and more) behind the house; it also has a steep pitched hipped roof with cross gables and a small square tower with windows below pediments and a sharp extension above. According to the National Register nomination form for the Fort Payne Residential Historic District, the house was renovated in the 1980s. It's location on a rise and prevalence of trees made photographing the house a challenge. It is part of the Fort Payne Residential Historic District and added to the National Register of Historic Places May 4, 1988 with identifying number 88000444. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
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