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The Broadway Viaduct

Pumps of Tennessee, formerly at the corner of Broadway and Depot Avenue, was one of the businesses displaced by the Broadway Viaduct construction.

Photo by Eleanor Scott

Pumps of Tennessee, formerly at the corner of Broadway and Depot Avenue, was one of the businesses displaced by the Broadway Viaduct construction.

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  • Ponte Vecchio: A pedestrian passes the street-level building with multiple entrances on the Broadway Viaduct, a rare example of buildings-on-a-bridge. Some think of it as Knoxville’s version of the famous “Old Bridge” shops in Florence, Italy.
  • The Broadway Viaduct, as viewed from the Gay Street Viaduct.
  • Graning Paint's iconic rainbow on their building, soon to be demolished during construction on the Broadway Viaduct.
  • Pumps of Tennessee, formerly at the corner of Broadway and Depot Avenue, was one of the businesses displaced by the Broadway Viaduct construction.
  • A Norfolk-Southern freight train passes under the Gay Street Viaduct.

The Broadway Viaduct is slated for demolition in 2013 before being rebuilt, displacing some local businesses.

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