Not too long ago in Nashville, you could have discovered a quirky carousel along the banks of the Cumberland River — just a short walk from Music City's honky-tonk bars.
Designed by the pop artist Red Grooms, the spinning homage to Tennessee delighted and bemused tourists and families, starting in the late-1990s. Then it was abruptly closed and taken down.
This segment aired on December 6, 2016.
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