An aerial view of four building complexes. Two large buildings are in the foreground, a second is in the middle of the image. A third group of buildings forms a "U" shape around a large parking lot. Apartment housing is in the distance.Tree covered...
Apartment houses; Civic Center (Oak Ridge, Tenn.); Civic centers; Downtown Shopping Center; Municipal Building (Oak Ridge, Tenn.)
A sign that describes Oak Ridge, Tennessee as Headquarters, Oak Ridge Operations of U. S. Atomic Energy Commission stands on the left side of a road. A small building with a window is located on the right of the road. A long barrier is...
Automobiles are parked in the parking lot of a food market. Letters mounted on tall poles at the entrance say, "French's Food Market." The roof of the building forms a series of arcs around the building.
Automobiles; Business enterprises; French's Food Market; Stores and shops
An automobile is parked on the left side of a covered entrance to a single level building made of brick. The left side of the building has three large separate windows. The right side has a row of windows near the roof.
A view of a road and a concrete bridge near a commerical area. An intersection is past the bridge with a traffic light and an elevated railway. Signs indicate directions to Oak Ridge, Harriman, Route 62 and Route 61.
A road iwth metal guard rails on the left curves to the left. A hill rises on the right. One sign in foreground indicates mileage distance to Oak Ridge and Harriman. Three billboards on the right side of the highway advertise a creamery, Downtown...
An Esso automobile service station is seen on the left side of a highway. Automobiles are parked at the station and at businesses across the highway. A billboard advertises the Museum of Atomic Energy. Housing and a junkyard are in the distance.
American Museum of Atomic Energy; Automobile service stations; Automobiles; Billboards; Gassaway's Esso Auto Center; Oak Ridge Turnpike; Roads; Signs
A mailbox and three signs stand at the right side of a divided highway. One of the signs indicates the direction to Bull Run Steam Plant and Oak Ridge. A billboard on the left side of the highway advertises the destination, Rock City.
Two automobiles travel on a divided highway. Billboards are in the distance. A sign mounted in the center of the highway indicates directions for Bull Run Steam Plant and Oak Ridge. Several automobiles are parked in an area left of the highway.