A sign at the start of I-40 in Barstow, California, showing the distance to the freeway's eastern terminus in Wilmington, North Carolina. This sign has been stolen several times.
I-40 westbound heading toward Flagstaff
James White's Fort in downtown Knoxville
View along Crescent Avenue from Cornstalk Heights, with Walden Ridge in the background
An at-grade intersection on I-40 in Texas in 2003
American Temperance University, c.1906
The Hernando de Soto Bridge, where I-40 crosses the Mississippi River into Memphis
Statue representing the signing of the Treaty of the Holston in Downtown Knoxville
Commercial block along Roane Street, built in the 1890s
I-40 in Nashville
The Craighead-Jackson House in Knoxville, built in 1818
Harriman Hosiery Mills in 1940
The collapsed section of the I-40 bridge, May 31, 2002
Engraving of a Confederate soldier firing at Union supporter Charles Douglas on Gay Street in Knoxville in late 1861
Circa-1890s Queen Anne-style house in Cornstalk Heights
Photograph showing the aftermath of the Siege of Knoxville, December 1863
Early-1900s photograph of the Republic Marble Quarry near Knoxville
Child labor at Knoxville Knitting Works, photographed by Lewis Wickes Hine in 1910
Kingston Pike, circa 1910, with the former Cherokee Bridge
Gay Street in the early 1900s
Research laboratory at U.T. in the early 1940s
The Sterchi Lofts building, formerly Sterchi Brothers Furniture store, the most prominent building on Knoxville's "100 Block"
The Sunsphere, with riders aboard a nearby sky-lift during the 1982 World's Fair
Downtown Knoxville, with the Great Smoky Mountains rising in the distance, viewed from Sharp's Ridge
Downtown Knoxville, viewed from the south waterfront
Tennessee Amphitheater in Knoxville, 2015
Tennessee Theatre
Krutch Park in Downtown Knoxville
Knoxville Police Department headquarters
The University of Tennessee at Knoxville is the state's flagship public university.
Lawson McGhee Library
The James White Parkway connects I-40 with Downtown Knoxville.
Bridges over the Tennessee River
Knoxville and Holston River Railroad MP15AC #2002 leads a train through Tyson Park near downtown Knoxville.
Concertgoers exiting the Bijou Theatre following a Melvins concert, circa June 2022.

The Knoxville metropolitan area, commonly known as Greater Knoxville, is a metropolitan statistical area centered on Knoxville, Tennessee, the third largest city in Tennessee and the largest city in East Tennessee.

- Knoxville metropolitan area

Knoxville is the principal city of the Knoxville Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had an estimated population of 869,046 in 2019.

- Knoxville, Tennessee

Harriman is included in the Knoxville, Tennessee Metropolitan Statistical Area.

- Harriman, Tennessee

Major cities served by the interstate include Flagstaff, Arizona; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Amarillo, Texas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Little Rock, Arkansas; Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville in Tennessee; and Asheville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Durham, Raleigh, and Wilmington in North Carolina.

- Interstate 40

Interstate 40 runs east-to-west through the city's southern section.

- Harriman, Tennessee

The Knoxville MSA is the chief component of the larger Knoxville–Morristown-Sevierville, TN Combined Statistical Area (CSA), which also includes the Morristown metropolitan area (Hamblen, Jefferson, and Grainger counties) and the Sevierville (Sevier County), LaFollette (Campbell County), Harriman (Roane County, and Newport (Cocke County) Micropolitan statistical areas.

- Knoxville metropolitan area

The CSA also includes the Morristown Metropolitan Statistical Area (Hamblen, Grainger, and Jefferson counties) and the Sevierville (Sevier County), La Follette (Campbell County), Harriman (Roane County), and Newport (Cocke County) Micropolitan Statistical Areas.

- Knoxville, Tennessee

in Harriman

- Interstate 40

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