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My great-great grandfather built and lived in this cabin in the 1840's or 1850's. His name was Joseph Newton Rutledge. My grandfather was born here in 1877. He sold this cabin and 120 acres to James Cox in 1894.

This was the setting for the first ever flight of the General Lee, November 11th 1978. The video footage of the first ever jump the General made was right outside these doors of the college and was also used in the intro of all the episodes. I believe this building is called Speney Hall. Hoody

This hotel is now a Ramada (1/30/08) Seems weird, its been a Holiday Inn since I was little.

Also, seen on TV's "In the Heat of the Night".

This was also used in TV's "In the Heat of the Night" w/ Carol O'Conner.

It was built in 1854 by Thomas Jones for Louis Zachary, then Sheriff of Newton Co. It later became the home to John and Sara Jane Echols. Sara Jane was Daughter of Charles Strong, a Newton Co. pioneer and founding member of the school that became Emory University.

The Queen Ann style house, (The only one in Covington) across the street to the south, was a wedding gift from Sara Jane to her daughter who married WC Clark, son of WW Cark - who gave the land for the house to the newly weds. WW Clark helped bring the railroad to Decatur (Atlanta) and so the town of Clarkston, outside of Atlanta, was named after him.

Cooter's Place Gatlinburg 157 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 (865) 430-9909

Cooter's Place Nashville 2613 McGavock Pike Nashville, TN 37214 (615) 872-8358

Chastain Park Amphitheatre 4469 Stella Dr Atlanta, GA 30327 (404) 233-2227

Used for the filming of 'The Dukes of Hazzard' in 1978.

1200 Spring St. NW Atlanta, GA.

Used for the filming of 'The Dukes of Hazzard' in 1978.

3975 Hwy 20 Conyers, GA.

Used as the 'Hazzard County Junkyard' during the filming of 'The Dukes of Hazzard' in 1978.

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