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RailPictures.Net Photo: RJC 2008 R.J. Corman Railroads Steam 2-10-2 at Frankfort, Kentucky by Appalachian Railfan

RailPictures.Net Photo: RJC 2008 R.J. Corman Railroads Steam 2-10-2 at Frankfort, Kentucky by Appalachian Railfan

The Dover Covered Bridge was constructed in 1835 and is one of the oldest remaining covered spans in Kentucky State

The Dover Covered Bridge was constructed in 1835 and is one of the oldest remaining covered spans in Kentucky State

Belle of Louisville. I have actually been here! And I remember riding on the Belle and the steamboat races at Derby time!

Belle of Louisville. I have actually been here! And I remember riding on the Belle and the steamboat races at Derby time!

Bernheim Park Clermont, Ky.  This huge arboretum and research forest is a 14,500-acre park.  Swing along the Canopy Tree Walk, 75 feet above ground; stroll through the flowers in a 600-acre garden; catch a fish in the calm waters of Lake Nevin. In all, there are 32 miles of hiking trails and 16 miles of paved roads for biking, picnicking, fishing and other outdoor fun.

Five Miles Up with … Kevin Bacon

Bernheim Park Clermont, Ky. This huge arboretum and research forest is a 14,500-acre park. Swing along the Canopy Tree Walk, 75 feet above ground; stroll through the flowers in a 600-acre garden; catch a fish in the calm waters of Lake Nevin. In all, there are 32 miles of hiking trails and 16 miles of paved roads for biking, picnicking, fishing and other outdoor fun.

Landscape Photography Tips: Anglin Falls Berea Kentucky by Ulrich Burkhalter

Anglin Falls Berea Kentucky by Ulrich Burkhalter

MY OLD KENTUCKY DINNER TRAIN....Bardstown, Kentucky....originally constructed by The Bardstown and Louisville Railroad in 1860....the Dinner Train had its inaugural twenty-mile run in 1988....the depot is the last remaining "dry-laid" limestone depot in the state of Kentucky

MY OLD KENTUCKY DINNER TRAIN....Bardstown, Kentucky....originally constructed by The Bardstown and Louisville Railroad in 1860....the Dinner Train had its inaugural twenty-mile run in 1988....the depot is the last remaining "dry-laid" limestone depot in the state of Kentucky

World's Smallest Chapel ....located in Crestview Hills, Ky  on the campus of Thomas More College (been here many times)The chapel measures six by nine feet -- the ceiling inside is eight feet high.  The Monte Casino chapel was built in 1878 at a nearby monastery by a couple of Benedictine monks, and named in 1922 by Ripley's Believe It of Not as "Smallest Church in the World."

World's Smallest Chapel ....located in Crestview Hills, Ky on the campus of Thomas More College (been here many times)The chapel measures six by nine feet -- the ceiling inside is eight feet high. The Monte Casino chapel was built in 1878 at a nearby monastery by a couple of Benedictine monks, and named in 1922 by Ripley's Believe It of Not as "Smallest Church in the World."

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