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Scenic Taylor County, KY: Old Green River Bridge

2013-11-04 - Tebbs Bend Road, Taylor County, KY - Photo by Larry Smith, The Big Dawg, 99.9 FM radio. Here's another view of a landmark bridge: - The Old Green River Bridge isn't used so much anymore, but at one time it carried all the traffic between Columbia and Campbellsville (up to 60 years ago?) when what is now Tebb's Bend Road was still part of KY 55. Traffic slowed crossing the Green, and drivers may have fussed about all the curvy roads, but those who remember the trips now do so with great fondness. This iron bridge will be coming down and be moved downstream on the Old Homeplace, and a new old style bride will be built here. Expecting it sometime next year. This view is looking upstream toward the Green River Dam. - Larry Smith, Operations Manager, Shoreline Communications
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