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Scenic Taylor Co., KY: Arch goes up in alley

2013-07-03 - Main Street, Campellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM radio.
I love this stretch of Main Street in Downtown Campbellsville.
I get paid to hang out at the building with the blue awning, far left, at the Big Dawg. (Wave at me when you pass the window when I'm on the air). Next door, the red building with the American flag is Attorney David Nunnery's office, then, the massive Green Building is owned by a Campbellsville icon, Chandler's (Did you every see a prettier warehouse? - His main store, just as pretty, is on the other side of Main), and next to that is Sharlow & Associates, the CPA firm. Paired Photo See also: Arches going into place on Main Street

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