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Barleys Upstairs Pool Hall Knoxville TN

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Barleys Upstairs Pool Hall Knoxville TN

Barleys Upstairs Pool Hall Knoxville TN

This is a shot of the upstairs billiard room at Barleys in the old city parts of Knoxville Tennessee. It's a great layout with ample lighting. The only thing about the indoor pool table lights is that they are hung too high. Without the natural daylight in the evening and nighttime, the lights are too far away to provide proper and adequate light to the playing surface of the red/burgundy pool table cloth. There is very ample spectator seating with cleverly used stools. Spectators and player can move them about as they deem fit. This might be better in a small space like this rather than purchasing table and chair sets.

Barleys Upstairs Pool Hall Knoxville TN

The billiard room photo titled "Barleys Upstairs Pool Hall Knoxville TN" was taken by Joelk75 on 2008-07-18 22:20:29.000 and uploaded to flickr on 2008-07-18 22:20:29.000. It was retrieved from a public flickr feed on 2008-07-19 07:43:25.000. The accompanying article was written and published by the Billiards Forum. The publish date of the text content is found below.

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  • Title: Barleys Upstairs Pool Hall Knoxville TN
  • Author: (Billiards Forum)
  • Published: 9/27/2008 11:34:44 AM
  • Last Updated: 9/27/2008 11:31:34 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum
  • Source: Flickr user contribution

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