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The Old Guy … Images of Russell County Kentucky … #24

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Drought As Seen From The Old, Old US 127 Bridge Looking Up At The Old US 127 Bridge

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Author: geezer94

I was told by my grandfather that if you are destined to hang you'll never drown. I have never been afraid of water . . .

9 thoughts on “The Old Guy … Images of Russell County Kentucky … #24

  1. What is that, a drainage ditch?

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  2. It looks like the stream used to be quite deep – the past water level can be seen on the base of the bridge.

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  3. Unfortunately the drought persists, Ms inese … This photograph was taken from the old, old highway bridge which was the site of “The Wedding of 1938” where my Sweetheart’s mother and father were married sitting in their car, parked in the middle of the highway bridge with an aunt and uncle sitting in the back seat. The pastor who had one foot on the running board of the car and the other on the highway was another uncle.
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    https://geezer94.wordpress.com/2015/02/09/the-old-guy-the-wedding-of-1938/

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  4. I think the bend in the stream is what catches my eyes. If you didn’t show the bridge, I would have thought this was a creek! 🙂

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    • I can see that Ms Robin … When the leaves are all gone, you can see a third bridge in the distance where the highway by-pass was built. Looking in the other direction Cousin Gene and I saw a concrete pillar that belonged to a turn of the century bridge few know of. We were both surprised to no end.
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  5. Reminds me of some spots in Tennessee! I like the daily shot!

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