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From WBIR NBC Channel 10
Here is a list of structures and areas affected by the Gatlinburg wildfires. The list is in alphabetical order. We will continue to keep this updated as we find out more, and keep in mind that information is constantly changing as more assessments are made.
Alamo Steakhouse: Destroyed
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts: All buildings except Hughes Hall and Wild Wing survived with little damage. (More info)
Black Bear Falls: TEMA reports it was destroyed, but numerous people have contacted us to tell us that is not the case. We are working to confirm that information.
Chalet Village: Suffered damage, but not destroyed
CLIMB Works: Intact
Cobbly Knob area: About 70 homes destroyed
Cupid's Chapel of Love: Destroyed
Dollywood: Several cabins damaged or destroyed. DreamMore resort not damaged. Dollywood park has some wind damage but no damage from fire. Park will be closed Wednesday. (More info)
Downtown Gatlinburg: Intact
Gatlinburg-Pittman High School: Not damaged
Hillbilly Golf: Buildings intact, some damage to the golf course.
LeConte Lodge: Intact
Little Log Wedding Chapel: Intact
Mysterious Mansion: Destroyed
Ober Gatlinburg: Intact
Park Vista hotel: Intact (More info)
Parrot Mountain: Intact
Pi Beta Phi Elementary School: Intact (Suffered some minor wind and smoke damage)
Pittman Center Elementary School: Not damaged
Ripley's Aquarium: Intact. Biologists at the aquarium confirm the animals are OK. (More info)Wear's Valley area: About 70 homes destroyed
Westgate Resort: Several cabins damaged. Main check-in building is just a skeleton.
(before/after pic of Westgate below)
newman said:That's the Senic Chair. That goes to a peak that has no skiing.
That's the Senic Chair. That goes to a peak that has no skiing.
ciscokid said:Don't worry Boyne made enough $ off that baby since '53. Rode it a few years back iirc it was from Sugar Cal.
Don't worry Boyne made enough $ off that baby since '53. Rode it a few years back iirc it was from Sugar Cal.
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