Many men and women said the homeless population under Atlanta's downtown interstates ebbs and flows. At its peak earlier this summer, dozens of tents were arranged along Pryor Street, the knolls between the ramps, and the gravel areas under the bridges.
That lasted until city and state officials called in bulldozers to scoop up and dispose of unclaimed belongings.
Scenes of these makeshift cities are still visible on Google Street View.
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Uploaded: Nov 8, 2012
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