Earl Lemoine, 78, of Nunnelly, Tenn. sits in his horsedrawn carriage in Nashville, Tenn. on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2006. Lemoine gave up his veterinary practice 25 years ago and started the horse drawn carriage rides that are popular amongst tourists. When asked about how Nashville has changed since he started his business, Lemoine said "It was nothing but derelicts and drunks back then, it was nasty. It's improved everywhere, in leaps and bounds." (image by Curtis DeGidio)
Earl Lemoine, 78, of Nunnelly, Tenn. sits in his horsedrawn carriage in Nashville, Tenn. on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2006. Lemoine gave up his veterinary practice 25 years ago and started the horse drawn carriage rides that are popular amongst tourists. When asked about how Nashville has changed since he started his business, Lemoine said "It was nothing but derelicts and drunks back then, it was nasty. It's improved everywhere, in leaps and bounds."
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