Radnor Lake: Spring Turtles By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 3017

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Did you know that Radnor Lake was actually BUILT from 1910 to 1914? That’s right, even though it doesn't look like it, Radnor Lake is a man-made lake! The lake was envisioned by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. Completed in 1914, the lake served as a nearby water body to supply water for steam engines. Today, the lake is a State Park, a beautiful wilderness retreat that provides endless enjoyment to thousands of Nashville residents and visitors each year. Inspired by the history of Radnor Lake and the beauty of the park, Anderson Design Group hand-rendered vintage poster art of the lake. Available as a Nashville art print, canvas banner, notecard, postcard, or metal sign, this artwork looks great on any wall. And to learn more about the lake and the positive impact it has had on the Nashville community, check out the website for the Radnor Lake State Park.

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