Gallery: Nashville Flood Photos

These are a few of Nashville Public Radio’s photos from the flood and its aftermath in Middle Tennessee. Anne Marshall contributed to this collection.

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Sunday night on 2nd Avenue, south of Broadway.

Sunday night on 2nd Avenue, south of Broadway.

 

This is near Joseph and Cleveland in East Nashville looking towards the flooding on Dickerson Pike.

This is near Joseph and Cleveland in East Nashville looking towards the flooding on Dickerson Pike.

 

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A resident of East Nashville's Marina Manor apartments. Her second floor apartment was spared but the power remains out.

A resident of East Nashville’s Marina Manor apartments. Her second floor apartment was spared but the power remains out.

 

Taken from the Victory Memorial Bridge, which overlooks the truck stop between I-24 and the Cumberland.

Taken from the Victory Memorial Bridge, which overlooks the truck stop between I-24 and the Cumberland.

 

Intersection of 8th Avenue North with James Robertson Parkway, between the Avon Williams campus and the farmer's market.

Intersection of 8th Avenue North with James Robertson Parkway, between the Avon Williams campus and the farmer’s market.

 

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Beneath the elevated railroad track that runs in between the state capitol and Bicentennial Mall.

Beneath the elevated railroad track that runs in between the state capitol and Bicentennial Mall.

 

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