"Welcome to Louisiana, Bienvenue en Louisiane"
The title is what's on the sign when you cross over the Mississippi River. This is of the Welcome Center rest area on the westbound side of Interstate 20 near Tallulah, LA. The signs in the photo describe the Mississippi River campaign and the siege of Vicksburg across the river in Mississippi during the American Civil War in the 1860's. this rest area has restrooms (toilets), pay phones, vending machines, picnic tables, and Louisiana tourist information. This was an interesting photo to take as i had to do it around a light pole without showing it. You can see the shadow in this photo.
Copyright: Brian Turner
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 9072x1300
Taken: 10/04/2013
Uploaded: 10/04/2013
Updated: 12/04/2013


Tags: interstate 20; rest; i-20; american; william tecumsah sherman; civil war; mound; la; ulysses s grant; louisiana; rest area; louisiane; area; tallulah; welcome center; general
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