Natchez Eola Hotel
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A steam engine is used to drive the paddle wheel. This steam engine is basically the same as steam engines of the last century.
The American Queen's stern wheel is driven by a four cylinder, horizontally-inclined, tandem-piston, steeple compounded, double-acting reciprocating steam engine.
The engine came from the U.S army ...
... to depict all his detail with layers of glass except for faces, hands and feet which are painted on. This means that many of the panels have very thick glass. We were invited to feel the windows - painted ones are rough, Tiffany ones are smooth. Also, of course, they are a lot more modern in style. A truly great experience!
Thence to Anchuca, ...
... is a Mississippi planter’s home. The working farm at the time grew indigo and shipped it around the world. It was built by Gerard Brandon, father of the first native-born governor of Mississippi. It is a simpler house than Brandon Hall, but filled with antiques collected by the current owners over their lifetime. Beautiful antiques, but we could take no pictures in the house. It felt a little ...
... 3 March 27 Took streetcar to city park and walked the sculpture garden and botanical garden. Sculpture garden well worth the trip On return continued on the streetcar up at Charles. Got off on Louisiana and walked to magazine for lunch at mahoneys po boy. Great very fresh sandwiches. I had the peacemaker and Dennis the fish of the day ( drum). Bart and Phyllis called, live just up the street and came to mahoneys. Then a short car tour of the huge homes, Tulane and ...
... War was burned. It was latter rebuilt and used until the new capitol was built across town. Other exhibits were about Huey Long's shooting, other governors, movie about the history of the building, photo exhibit by a famous Louisiana photographer, and on the grounds the Louisiana Merci Train boxcar. Apparently some citizens of France after WWII sent/sponsored a Merci (Thank you) Train consisting of 49 boxcars filled with presents. ...