Wed
Nov 21 2007
12:59 pm
By: R. Neal  shortURL

A few pretty fall colors left in Alcoa and Blount Co. Larger view and a few more photos at BlountViews.

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poopie's picture

beauty

..always in the eye of the beholder.

Bbeanster's picture

Gorgeosity going on over

Gorgeosity going on over there on the corner of Darwin and Dalton.

WhitesCreek's picture

...the corner of Darwin and

...the corner of Darwin and Dalton.

An interesting pairing. I know about the Daltons But did Darwin have a gang?

R. Neal's picture

did Darwin have a gang?Heh.

did Darwin have a gang?

Heh. You might be aware that many streets in Alcoa are named after scientists, probably because it was planned by engineers working at Alcoa. (There are a couple named after poets, too, not sure how they slipped in there).

Many of the names are familiar, such as Darwin, Curie, Joule, Kelvin, Edison, Nobel, etc. I had to look up Dalton, though. Turns out he was the inventor of atomic theory.

A list of Alcoa street name origins is here:

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