The old Shaker Heights Service Station is being restored near Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. All photos by Keith Rightmyer.
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Monday, November 15, 2021
Before the Church could be completed, Josiah Wilson’s son, David, drowned in the Salt River. He was buried first at his father’s home and later the body was removed and re-interred at Mt. Pleasant, becoming the first grave in the cemetery. The cemetery is also the final repose of numerous Union and Confederate Veterans.
Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Monday, November 1, 2021
This is the Forsyth Mill Covered Bridge, which crossed the Salt River on Vanarsdale Road until it collapsed in 1955 due to years of neglect. (Date of photo unknown.)
This is a long post, but after the George Rogers Clark Powder Run at Old Fort Harrod State Park I thought an explanation of the original po...
Photo from the Courier-Journal The Kentucky Brooklyn Bridge collapse on November 20, 1953 - highway 68 at the Kentucky River. Started in Ja...
Photo from Marita Frank This is a photo from December 1964 at a Cricketeer retirement party for Bertha Warner, shared by her granddaughter...
Photo by Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill Do you have a favorite Shaker artifact? When you think of Pleasant Hill, do any special objects co...