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Adair County Fairgrounds: 1884 Building almost ghost now

2017-02-09 - Adair County Fairgrounds, 413 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
The "1884 Building" at the old Adair County Fairground is almost at a stage to be called a "Ghost Deconstruction" in a bizarre way related to the "Ghost Reconstruction" interpretative buildings seen in McCreary County at the old Blue Heron #18 Coal Mine. We haven't heard what will become of the valuable old timber in the building, but wouldn't it be nice if such buildings could be reconstructed at a place like Homestead on Green River. It's not a new idea. The Chowning Family allowed the old Morgan School on KY 704 to have an extended life, rebuilt in the Dr. Schickel Community Park. - Ed Waggener Apparition photographed 3 Feb 2016.
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