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Monday, September 17, 2012

Printer's Alley


Early Saturday morning downtown Nashville, Tennessee, U. S. A.

Printer's Alley has a history and a reputation for all things vice.  It is the Bourbon Street of Nashville.  In fact, there is a blues club named Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar.  We're too old for all that so all I have are Saturday morning photos.












14 comments:

Elizabeth Edwards said...

kind of has a "china town" flair. great views. (:

Kathy said...

Looks like a lot of photo ops here!

Maple Lane said...

Makes for colorful and interesting photos.

Sandra said...

i would love to see it early am but not when it was open and swinging. lots of interesting things in these photos

Tricia Hays said...

lots & lots to see, huh?! =)

Cheryl @ TFD said...

We thought about a quick trip to Nashville when we went through a little bit of TN on our vacation. I've driven by but not in Nashville. My son has investigative work in Nashville occasionally, I'll have to ask him if he knows Printer's Alley. Great photos, Amy!

Helene said...

Oh, I'd love to stroll through there...in the AM of course! I can imagine, from your photos, this must be a fun place! Cool shots!

Kerry said...

Lots to look at! If we were there, we might consider going in the blues place early just to say we did :/.

Rose said...

Really interesting names of places...interesting photo.

Brian King said...

That looks like a really cool place...all the vice notwithstanding! I was laughing at the "too old" comment! You got the tame daylight shots, then! :-)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

I hope it's not as depraved as Bourbon St. Looks like a happening place!!

Marie said...

It's a fascinating place!

Terri Buster said...

Yes, I would have shot in the daylight too! I see some nice photo ops there. That bank looks out of place though.

Rita said...

That second shot looks more like an alley then a street. But, I do love all the signs, and I can imagine what it would be like with the lights, music and crowds.

This is one place in Nashville I have not been thinks for the arm chair tour.