More of Nashville Public Radio’s photos of the deadly flood’s aftermath across Middle Tennessee. Nina Cardona contributes to this collection.
Link back to Nashville Public Radio’s previous gallery of flood photos here.
West Nashville parking lot damaged by flooding from Richland Creek.
More damage around Richland Creek in West Nashville.
Wise Industries in Old Hickory appeared badly flooded Tuesday. The company makes floor mats for several car companies, and only recently began recovering from a long credit crunch reported by WPLN.
Even though the dam in Old Hickory was gradually allowing water through Tuesday afternoon, the water’s edge at the lake was in the parking lot, where normally it would be beyond the pine tree in the above photo.
A golf course and park remained badly flooded Tuesday in Old Hickory.
LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans, seen from across the still-swollen Cumberland River on Tuesday.
Outside the Encore Condominiums on 4th Avenue, south of Broadway, in downtown Nashville.
Workers drain a manhole near the Country Music Hall of Fame Tuesday afternoon.
Parking garage of the Hilton, just north of Demonbreun Street.
Officers on horseback patrol Tuesday near the flooded Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
MORE FROM MONDAY:
Soccer and softball fields at Smyrna Middle School.
Storage facility in Smyrna.
Stones River Battlefield in Rutherford County.
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