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Ohio Falls Bridge 2007.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Fourteenth Street Bridge, which crosses the Ohio River near the Falls of the Ohio



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LWT Indian.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Louisville Water Tower is the oldest ornamental water tower in the world



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Jefferson County KY Courthouse 2.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Jefferson County Courthouse, built by Gideon Shryock, was completed in 1860.



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Lou Confed South.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Louisville Confederate Monument is 70 feet tall and made from granite, with bronze statues.



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Rose Island crossing.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Rose Island's bridge remnants is all that is left of the once great park.



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Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Schimpff's is legendary for its candy, especially its red hots.



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Scribner House in New Albany.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Scribner House, where the founders of New Albany, Indiana lived.



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Ben Johnson House.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Ben Johnson House in Bardstown, Kentucky, where the Stars and Bars was first publicly shown.



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Becks Mill 09-2007.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Beck's Mill is being restored for its 200th Anniversary



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Tyler park - Louisville.jpg
Photo credit: Ann Omyous
Tyler Park's bridge, made of Indiana Limestone, was designed by John Olmsted.



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Fourteen Mile Creek mouth.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
The mouth of Fourteen Mile Creek, in Charlestown,Indiana flowing into the Ohio River.



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Pigeon Roost.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Pigeon Roost State Historic Site is the site of a massacre by Shawnee Indians.



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Louisville waterfrontpark.jpg
Photo credit: Derek Cashman
Louisville's Waterfront Park was previously the site of scrap yards, sandpits and other industrial sites.



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Iroquois park.jpg
Photo credit: Will Marsh
Iroquois Park's northern overlook allows views of Downtown Louisville



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Photo credit: J. Pogi
Thunder Over Louisville is the world's largest annual firework display.



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Photo credit: A. Aspie
George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge was initially opened with a toll of 35 cents.



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Great Steamboat Race 1.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
The Great Steamboat Race is usually between the Belle of Louisville and the Delta Queen.



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Louisville City Hall 3.jpg
Photo credit: C. Bedford Crenshaw
Louisville City Hall, made of Indiana limestone from Salem, Indiana



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