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Vinings: the Tiny ITP Town with a Ridiculous Past

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The metro area is comprised of many oddly named little towns, including the diminutive city of Vinings. Dating back to the early days of the railroads in Georgia, the tiny ITP enclave — just 3.3 square miles — has enjoyed a storied history, just across the Chattahoochee River from Atlanta. The AJC dug around recently and uncovered a trivia goldmine: Did you know, for instance, there was a 780-foot outdoor ski slope here in the 1970s?
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