Underground Atlanta: Resurrected and Revisited

  title={Underground Atlanta: Resurrected and Revisited},
  author={William E. Kent and J. T. Chesnutt},
  journal={Journal of Travel Research},
  pages={36 - 39}
Underground Atlanta, in its original form, was created, then flourished, declined and closed, all within a 10 year span. But its closing left such agap in Atlanta's array of assets that city leaders felt compelled to resurrect the concept, albeit in a new and more ambitious manner. This article outlines the development of the new Underground Atlanta and explores a number of issues relevant to urban tourism. 

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