Posts tagged Kentucky bridges
There's " Snow " place like the winter in the Commonwealth!

Winter Storm Jonas came through the Bluegrass and left our vast state covered in thick blankets of snow. Many from around the state including our ‘Explore Kentucky’ community demonstrated Kentucky’s beauty by capturing stunning photos of their adventures in the winter wonderland. 

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The Secrets of Old Richardsville Road Bridge

Built in 1889 by the King Iron Company of Cleveland, Ohio, this bridge, running across the Barren River, on the outskirts of Bowling Green, KY is one of the last bridges of its kind. For those of you who might know a thing or two about architecture, this is a span bowstring, arch-truss bridge that spans 138.1 ft. The bridge was inducted into the National Register of Historic Places in November of 1980. Thanks to local entrepreneur David Garvin (recently deceased 1943-2014, may he rest is peace), the bridge was kept up with regular repairs, and is still in use daily by area natives.

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