Phil Perkins Photography

Cheoah River Dam

Here’s another photograph of the Cheoah River Dam, located in Robbinsville, North Carolina. It was constructed between 1916-1919, stands 225-feet tall, and, in 1993, was used as a filming location for the movie, The Fugitive (starring Harrison Ford). Today, it can be enjoyed on a variety of fine prints and other gift items, available in my galleries at Pixels & Redbubble. Thanks!

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8 responses to “Cheoah River Dam”

  1. Robin King Avatar

    That’s BREATHAKING! Wow…Phil…wow. No words. 👏👏❤️👏👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      You’ve said a lot, and I concur – it’s quite a structure, and over 100 years old! I wish it had been possible to gain closer access to the base, which may have provided an interesting angle for pictures. Alas. Thank you dear Robin! 🤗🌹

  2. Kristallina Avatar

    Wow… Impressive! More does not come to my mind. A hundred years old? Unbelievable. Have a nice day, dear Phil 🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks so much, dear Kristallina! An impressive structure, indeed. I’m glad you like it, my friend, and wish you the same 🤗🌹

  3. Inge David Avatar

    Wow! Wat een prachtige foto! ❤️ Moest even goed kijken, indrukwekkend!
    bedankt om je mooie werk te delen, de uitvoering in zwart wit is brillant! Top!
    Have a great day day dear Phil! 🌹🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      Heel erg bedankt lieve Inge! Je bent zoooo aardig ~ toen ik je reactie las, voelde het alsof ik de loterij had gewonnen, zo spannend! I like it in black and white, too. ❤️ TY dear friend Inge! 🌹🤗

  4. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    I think I remember the scene from the Fugitive, a great movie!

    1. Phil Avatar

      I thought so, too. 🍿🥤🎥

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