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April 24, 2006 Hwy 61 Interchange Construction. The Big Cut, looking north

2006-04-24 - Columbia, Adair CO, KY - Photo Donald Hare, Air Evac team. Donald Hare took this photo from the Air Evac Helicopter which starts, at the bottom, south of the now bisected Grider Road, and looks north toward Columbia. The bluish rectangle is the new Pettys Fork Bridge, in the center and one quarter of the way down the photo. Among the places which can be made out are Majestic Yachts plant and Travis Coomer Oil buildign, the Ben and Margaret Arnold Farm, and the Bomar Heights water tower. In the uppler right can be seen a short strip of the Louie B. Nunn Parkway before it disappears in the trees in the Pettys Fork Valley.
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