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At the opposite end is Fort Loudoun Dam, the uppermost of the Tennessee Valley Authority Dams on the Tennessee River, which winds 652 miles from Knoxville, into northern Alabama, and back up to West Tennessee and into Kentucky Lake. The dam is 122 feet high and stretches 4,190 feet across the river. To the right is the lock chamber that provides navigation into Watts Bar Lake.
Photo: Craig Lamb