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Bob Barnes identifies the neighborhood crossing

Comments re photo 61594 Scenic Adair Co KY Neighborhood Crossroads
Bob Barnes writes:
It looks like the crest of Montgomery Street. --Bob barnes
Thanks Bob Barnes: It is, in fact the crossing of Montgomery Street and Guthrie Street. The photo was taken from Woody Avenue. It was one of those magic places in Columbia, where one wonders just how deep those delightful miniature forests - sometimes five or six trees deep - are; as one wonders, looking east on Merchant Street, how many miles deep the Trabue-Russell Woods are? And how high the "mountain" by the Christian Church park, is? Memories of the wonderful families who were in the Montgomery/Guthrie Street Crossing area are still welcome. - EW

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