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Portland Canal's Dam 41 in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Falls of the Ohio, where many fossilized organisms can be seen. The river curves right; beyond, it narrows and curves left. Two bridges are shown. Caption on back of image: "View looking down [], showing general view new dam no. 41 Ohio River. [] house in upper left corner shows lock no. 41 and L Canal." Note on back: "Mr. Newman: Exact location of dam pictures can be obtained at Louisville Dist. Eng offices. They probably have better…

Portland Canal's Dam 41 in Louisville, Kentucky, and the Falls of the Ohio, where many fossilized organisms can be seen. The river curves right; beyond, it narrows and curves left. Two bridges are shown. Caption on back of image: "View looking down [], showing general view new dam no. 41 Ohio River. [] house in upper left corner shows lock no. 41 and L Canal." Note on back: "Mr. Newman: Exact location of dam pictures can be obtained at Louisville Dist. Eng offices. They probably have better…

Side view from Louisville, Kentucky, shore (at left) of Municipal Bridge under construction in 1929; supports and wires await the next span. The bridge links Louisville, Kentucky, to Jeffersonville, Indiana. On back of image: "New York Studio Anything Photographic Louisville, Ky." Now known as the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge or the Second Street Bridge, it spans the Ohio River between Kentucky and Indiana. The bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.

under construction in supports and wires await the next span. the Second Street Bridge, The bridge was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in

Panhandle Bridge over the Ohio River at Louisville, Kentucky built in 1870.

Panhandle Bridge,(Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge) completed in 1870 replaced in Kentucky.

One of the largest naturally exposed fossil beds in the world opened about 10 years ago at Indiana's Falls of the Ohio State Park along the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana (about 100 miles southwest of Cincinnati, just across the river north of Louisville, Kentucky).Falls of the Ohio State Park in Indiana | Midwest Living

Falls of the Ohio State Park

One of the largest naturally exposed fossil beds in the world opened about 10 years ago at Indiana's Falls of the Ohio State Park along the Ohio River in Clarksville, Indiana (about 100 miles southwest of Cincinnati, just across the river north of Louisville, Kentucky).Falls of the Ohio State Park in Indiana | Midwest Living

Portland to New Albany Ferry

Portland to New Albany Ferry in the days before bridges, Louisville, Ky.

West - Historic Photos Of Louisville Kentucky And Environs

See Portland and Fontaine Ferry Park at the "Special" section Hover over.

The Ohio River circa 1906. Canal locks at Louisville, Kentucky.

The Ohio River circa "Canal locks at Louisville, Kentucky." Sternwheel towboat Transit in the foreground.

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