Ringgold architect Ross Andrews stands on the south side of the city’s main drag, Nashville Street, where his pedestrian bridge will cross near the railroad track to make it easier for people to get to the historic Ringgold train depot.
Ringgold architect Ross Andrews stands on the south side of the city’s main drag, Nashville Street, where his pedestrian bridge will cross near the railroad track to make it easier for people to get to the historic Ringgold train depot.
Photo by Tim Omarzu .
published Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
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When Ringgold, Ga., gets a new pedestrian bridge over its main drag, Nashville Street, concrete cannonballs will adorn two of the bridge's abutments.

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