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Geo. Kolbenschlag: Great Robert Ellis Tebbs Bend Bridge photo

George Kolbenschlag writes:
Thanks to Robert Ellis for the great photo of the original and historically significant Tebbs Bend/Green River bridge. I hope it will encourage folks to take a walk on the Tebbs Bend Nature Area trails that include the bridge. The trails can be accessed from trail heads on Tebbs Bend Road by the historic toll house just up the road from the River or at Homeplace on Green River. The five mile trail system is open year around and includes woodlands, wetlands and fields of native Kentucky flowers and plants. --George Kolbenschlag
Comments re photo 71373 Sun setting on original Tebbs Bend Bridge 01 Mar 2017

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