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BJ Fudge: Gibson family built Gibson Road

Billy Joe Fudge writes:
According to my memories, Westfork Road continues on up Westfork Creek to the family farm of Delpha Dulworth.

The reason the road that comes off Greenbriar Ridge Road down to Westfork Road is Gibson Road is because the Gibson family built that road to have better and quicker access to Greenbriar Ridge Road and the Breeding area. I believe they built that road back in the late 60's or early 70's.
Comments above re photo 38548. Scenic Cumberland Co. KY - Snowy Westfork creek




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