Walnut Street Bridge
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You have to walk the bridge while you are in town visiting. Get a picture from Coolidge park with the bridge in the background!
Perfect sightseeing and people watching activity in the heart of downtown Chattanooga
Pedestrian Bridge linking North Chattanooga/Frazier Avenue shopping area with downtown Chattanooga.
The longest pedestrian bridge on the East Coast and one of three that crosses the Tennesee river. The Walnut Street walking bridge was built in 1890 by architect Edwin Thacher. The 2,376 feet (724 meter) walking bridge was the first to connect the South and North sides of the city. The view and…
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