Mill Springs in Wayne County Kentucky
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Mill Springs, Kentucky. Use to buy cornmeal here.
Mill Springs Mill in Wayne County Kentucky
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Mill Springs, Kentucky
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Mill Springs Park | Wayne County, Kentucky
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Mill Springs mill and waterwheel, Mill Springs Park, Wayne Co, KY | by Chuck Sutherland
Mill Springs mill and waterwheel ~ Mill Springs Park, Wayne Co, Kentucky
Mill Springs, Wayne County, Kentucky,
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The U. S. Post Office at Mill Springs, Wayne County, Kentucky, as it appeared in June 1996. Description from kentuckyexplorer.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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Wayne County Kentucky | Fairchild House. This historical house was the first in Wayne County ...
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WW1 American Soldier "Dough Boy" in town square of Monticello KY
Wayne County, Kentucky
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Portrait of Anthony Wayne, ca. 1795. General Wayne lead a military campaign against Native American tribes in the Northwest Territory that culminated with the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794 and the signing of the Treaty of Greene Ville in 1795.
General in Chief of the Army and commander Legion of the United States, "Mad Anthony" Wayne. Here in Beaver County, Pa, he is known as the infamous commander of "Legionville", a military camp to train soldiers. According to a legend, there was an innkeeper who kept serving the men beer to get drunk. General Anthony delivered a harsh warning to the owner: "If you do not cease getting my men drunk, I will blow this tavern up!" The next morning, a cannonball was fired through the door!
Brigadier General Anthony Wayne ~ Germantown http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Wayne
This was taken in Wayne County, Kentucky after a summer rain. Where my daddy was born (1915) and raised :)
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This was taken in Wayne County, Kentucky after a summer rain.
Missouri Ozarks | ... Photography of Old Mill in Missouri Ozarks - "Falling Spring Mill II
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Missouri Ozarks | ... Photography of Old Mill in Missouri Ozarks - "Falling Spring Mill II www.BransonVacationRentalCabins.com
Falling Spring Mill II, Missouri Ozarks. The spring, known as Falling Spring because it pours out of the rock as a small waterfall, provided power for two mills. The second mill, which still stands, was built in the late 1920's.
That's my home!! Missouri Ozarks | ... Photography of Old Mill in Missouri Ozarks - "Falling Spring Mill II
Missouri Ozarks | ... Photography of Old Mill in Missouri Ozarks
Old Mill in Missouri Ozarks - "Falling spring fall"
I've been here. So pretty. :)) Falling Springs
Missouri Ozarks - "Falling Spring Mill II
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The Palace Theater (Jefferson County, KY)
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The Louisville Palace is a wonderful historic landmark in downtown. A real movie palace from the old days and a beautiful venue for concerts. #wallartroad
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The Louisville Palace is a theatre, in downtown Louisville KY. The historic landmark opened in 1928 and was designed by architect John Eberson.
The Louisville Palace, KY. Built in the 1920's as the Loew's Movie Theater. Spent many hours there.
The Louisville Palace is a theatre, in downtown Louisville KY. The historic landmark opened in 1928 and was designed by architect John Eberson. Elegant and ornate, The Palace exhibits a Spanish Baroque motif with arcades, balconies and turrets. Cobalt blue, bursts of red and gold indirectly light all of the niches, coves and entrances. Above is a curved, vaulted ceiling with 139 sculptures of the faces of historical figures.
Great example vintage neon sign on The Palace Theater in Louisville, Kentucky
Wonderful period cinema theatre — The Louisville Palace, Kentucky,
The Palace Theater (Jefferson County, KY). Louisville, Ky
Wintery sunrise, Scott County, Kentucky
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Wintery sunrise, Scott County, Kentucky/Where my family resides now/Gayla
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Pisgah Presbyterian Church - Woodford County, Kentucky
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Peaceful journey. Pisgah Presbyterian Church - Woodford County, Kentucky
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country road in Woodford County, Kentucky
Pisgah Pike - Woodford County, Kentucky
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Lawrence County Kentucky - i feel like this is the most beautiful thing i've ever seen.
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What a beautiful picture of Dr. Burgess' house. Lawrence County Kentucky
Abandoned in Lawrence County Kentucky .
Lawrence County, Kentucky
Rabbit Hash General Store, Boone County, Kentucky Photography by James Archambeault