Louisiana Welcome Center Tallulah, LA
"Welcome to Louisiana, Bienvenue en Louisiane" is what the sign says when you cross over the Mississippi River. This rest area/welcome center is on the westbound side of Interstate 20 (I-20) near Tallulah, LA and has restrooms, pay phones, picnic tables, vending machines, and Louisiana tourist information.
Copyright: Brian Turner
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 8773x1300
Uploaded: 10/04/2013
Updated: 12/04/2013


Tags: rest area; tallulah; la; welcome; i-20; westbound; interstate; center; twenty; mound; louisiana; louisiane
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