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Wonders about status of historic Eubank Springhouse

About: UK Landscape Professor at Homeplace on Green River
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The photo of the UK professor inspecting a stone fence at the Homeplace on Green River in Taylor County reminded me of Columbia's oldest stone structure, the Springhouse, formerly located at the foot of Jamestown Street.

Is there any interest in restoration?

s/Ann Curtis

To the best of my knowledge, the stones are at the Trabue-Russell House, but funds have not been found to have the historic Eubank Springhouse re-assembled there. A story written in 2005 is at 200+ year-old Eubank Springs springhouse move is underway -EW

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Springhouse, March, 2002

2010-03-11 - Photo by Ann Curtis. Foot of Jamestown Hill

This photo shows the condition of the Eubank Springhouse prior to disassembly.

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Eubank Springhouse Stones, September 2009

2010-03-11 - Photo by Ann Curtis. Trabue-Russell House, 201 Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY
The stones of the historic Eubank Springhouse still await re-assembly at their present location at the Trabue-Russell House. This photo was taken in September, 2009.

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