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This view of the Ohio River is from the Tumbleweed Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky. The bridge in the foreground is a railroad bridge which is not used anymore. The bridge in the background is Interstate 65 going across to Jeffersonville, Indiana.


The Delta Queen steamboat was built in 1927 and is a National Historic Landmark. It travels the Mississippi River and its tributaries. This picture is taken on the Ohio River at Louisville. The Delta Queen riverboat was built with hardwood paneling, teak handrails, ornate trim, brass fittings and the grand staircase is crowned by a crystal chandelier. The Delta Queen is in danger of being permanently docked because of a 1966 law called the Safety of Life at Sea. This law forbids any wooded vessel from operating, if carrying at least 50 overnight guests. The Queen's exemption runs out on Nov. 1, 2008.


This is called the Clock Tower Building. It sits at the corner of Main and Brook Streets in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. It is owned by Humana Inc., a company that markets and administers health benefit consumer services. They won the 1996 Preservation Award given out by the Louisville Historical League.


Downtown Louisville, Kentucky. Building on left is at 4th and Market Streets. The building in the middle background is the National City Tower at 5th and Main Streets. The green lit building is at 3rd and Market Streets. The square building in the foreground in the SE Davis Loans building at 1st and Market Streets. There is a Historical Marker at the site.



Other cool stuff.

Canon Digital Photo Professional - An online tutorial shows you how to edit and process RAW files.
Hale Family Tree - This website provides genealogy information on the Hale family of Spencer County, Indiana. As a sideline, it also includes the Hayden family of Vanderburgh County, Indiana.


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