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Preserving Campbellsville History: Old Willock Building



2013-09-15 - Main Street, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg. Nice to look at - This old building is over 100 years old and no one can figure out what it would be good for. After checking it would cost an enormous amount of money to bring it up to codes. Just an elevator alone would cost over a hundred grand. But in the meantime it's still nice to look at. The building is called the Willock building built by then business man Joe Willock around 1900.
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