R.E.M. Murmur Railroad Trestle
A magical place with an old railroad trestle is covered with kudzu vines. It would have almost been forgotten had it not graced the cover of R.E.M.'s first album, "Murmur". But as luck would have it, this debut album would mark the start of a long and glorious career for the band. Thus, the trestle ultimately benefited when land developers targeted it for destruction. R.E.M. fans spearheaded a movement to save the ruins and the town of Athens voted to keep it intact for future generations.