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  • Built around 1820 the Goddard Bridge in Fleming County, Kentucky is 63 feet long and spans Sand Lick Creek. The bridge was designed by Ithiel Town and built by Joseph Goddard. The bridge is built o…[View More]

  • Before State Route 46 was designed and built in 1937, the former road running East and West in this area ran between St. Leon and the Whitewater River winding back and forth across creek beds usual…[View More]

  • Just north of Noblesville, Indiana you’ll find the remains of the abandoned Holliday Hydroelectric Powerhouse and Dam on the White River near 211th Street.

    Sam Mott and Alex Holliday o…[View More]

  • Lucille Markey married into the thoroughbred breeding and racing operation of Calumet Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. After the death of her husband Mr. Wright in 1950, she took over the daily operati…[View More]

  • Along Bonnell Road at the foot of Burtzelbach Road are a few remnants of the first of possibly three railroad alignments that came through the area. Sitting on private property is a stone bridge ab…[View More]

  • One of 11

    Built around 1870 the Cabin Creek Covered Bridge near Tollesboro, Kentucky is one of only 11 covered bridges still standing in the state of Kentucky in 2021. In the early 1900s the…[View More]

  • In this video we cover the history of Harrison, Ohio starting when it was first founded in the 1840s; covering early transportation which includes the canal and the railroad; Morgan’s Raid of…[View More]

  • In the summer of 1851, Edward Shepherd who lived here along “Lost Road” was paid a visit one late afternoon by his father Mr. Shepherd Sr who was very sick. Unfortunately, Edward Shepherd was s…[View More]

  • Between 1948 and 1963, the Lyric Theatre was a thriving entertainment centerpiece for Lexington’s African-American families. Originally built as a movie house, the Lyric opened at the corner of T…[View More]

  • This one lane concrete arch bridge spanning a branch of the West Fork of Tanners Creek, built in 1910, at one time saw up to 300 vehicles a day on Collier Ridge Road. In 2009 a steel through truss …[View More]