Episode 3041

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Tennessee Crossroads

April 13, 2017

Season 30 | Episode 41

On Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads, Susan Watson shines the light on Columbia Neon. Joe Elmore introduces us to a craftsman in Portland who never got over his obsession with the world of miniature cars. Tressa Bush travels to Sewanee to discover the story behind a bakery with a benevolent mission. And Rob Wilds takes us on a tour of the State Capitol, in a 1995 FLASHBACK.

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State Capitol Tour FLASHBACK on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

State Capitol Tour FLASHBACK

Nashville, TN

You've heard the phrase “if these walls could talk.” Well, if that's true, our next stop could speak volumes. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Tennessee State Capitol Tours.

Columbia Neon on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Columbia Neon

Columbia, TN

The old saying goes that it's better to light a candle than curse the darkness so, the folks at Columbia Neon have been lighting candles, electric ones, since the great depression. Tennessee Crossroads shines the light on a special business in Columbia, TN.

Andy's Dioramas on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Andy’s Dioramas

Portland, TN

Maybe it's more of a guy thing, but for many kids, young and old, cars and car culture hold a special fascination. Tthat often includes the hot rod shops and old service stations associated with cars. Tennessee Crossroads met a craftsman in Portland, TN who never got over his obsession with recreating that car world in miniature proportions. Join us Nashville Public Television to find out more about Andy's Dioramas.