Main St & The Depot Bottom

Main Street & High Street

The purpose of this walk was to cover historic items missed on an earlier shoot that were listed in the "Civil War Heritage Trail Walking Tour". As usual, I became sidetracked but ended up in a section of McMinnville I had not visited before. See more images of Main Street

Depot Bottom

I entered this area of town to walk around the Riverside Cemetery, which was established in 1878. Old and unique markers fill this large and historic cemetery. As I was walking back to the entrance I noticed the Depot Bottom Grocery and the surrounding area. I will definitely come back to this area when I have more time!

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McMinnville Tennessee

Main & High Street


Magness Library & Community House, built in 1932 October is Cancer Awareness month Sidetracked, but focused Sidewalk Insets which chronicle the history of McMinncille are found all along Main Street
Looking east down Main Street Dr. Thomas Black House, restoration funded by the Eagle Fund The Overseer's house was used to observe the fieldworkers by looking through the openings The Black House was home to Revolutionary War officer, Lt. James Sheppard
First Presbyterian Church, built in 1871 after an earlier church burned in 1866 Old City Cemetery established around 1812-1813 Unique styles and architecture line South High Street

Depot Bottom & Riverside Cemetery


Looking down "King's Row" at Riverside Cemetery, established in 1878 One of McMinnville's many popular lunch spots Where will you go today Looking north up Depot Street
Another popular lunch destination Time slips by It all depends on how you look at it