Talk:Natchez Trace Parkway
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Importance Mid importance to Roads; higher importance to state projects. The Nachez Parkway is well known in AL, MS, and TN but not necessarily outside these states.
Quality The article is Structured, Sourced, Linked, and Infoboxed with additional supporting images. It needs some more development including a listing of significant historical points along the road and additional references.SBaker43 (talk) 21:20, 11 May 2011 (UTC)
This historic, 444-mile scenic parkway links Natchez with Nashville and crosses some of the most beautiful terrain in the states of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
Map with Nashville called the parkway terminus.
Based on this, I'm going to change it. See also the original Natchez Trace article.
OK guys, I don't know how to edit it myself (because I'm a newbie), but these pictures are WAY too big. They may be great shots and all, but their extremely large size is very detracting to the article. I'd help out if I knew how, I just figured this should be pointed out to someone who knows more than me. Oughgh 04:57, 7 March 2006 (UTC)
hey, i know is was wrong what i said but it is true. so this is not going to be good they are ugly and way to big to look at.
This road is NOT 444 miles long.
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