I'm thinking of Chattanooga because my wife and I stayed there in October 2016. Here's a picture of Chattanooga that I took from the top of the nearby Lookout Mountain.
This was an important site in the history of the Civil War. Amazing to think this picture exists of a Union Army Band on the top of Lookout Mountain more than 150 years before I stood there.
Chattanooga itself is a pretty place, especially around the River.
This former railway terminus fell into disuse and might well have been bulldozed had it not been for businessmen who, starting in 1973, began redeveloping it as a hotel complex. The Booking Hall has now become a restaurant.
And where the platforms used to be, gardens and fountains have been neatly laid out.
Several trains have been kept as relics of the bygone age. Some of the carriages are furnished as hotel rooms; but there are also plenty of apartments in a block at the far end.
The Chattanooga Choo Choo itself (built in the 1890s and last used in the 1940s) is a favourite for photographs.
And there are other museum pieces in the grounds, such as this streetcar.
My wife and I greatly enjoyed our visit to Chattanooga. It was particularly peaceful sitting in those gardens. I would have liked to play Chattanooga Choo Choo while I was next to the train in question, but - with lots of people looking on - I was too nervous to play more than half a dozen notes of the tune. CLICK HERE TO WITNESS MY FEEBLE EFFORT!