This Kingsport landmark was designed by railroad engineer
William Dunlap and refined by city planner
John Nolen as part of the 1919 city plan. It
is one of the cornerstones of urban design with its “spoke
and wheel” street pattern. The bank building here was
the site of the Kingsport Inn, a hotel and social
meeting place before it closed in 1960.
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