A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
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A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)
A sidewalk in Louisville. (Branden Klayko)

Congrats to Joanne Weeter, Porter Stevens, and Mike G for correctly identifying our last sidewalk photo as Washington Street in Butchertown. The view was taken looking west between Campbell and Wenzel streets. Here’s a new photo ready to be identified in the comments.

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Transportation
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  • A look at two new trends in Midwest manufacturing. (Changing Gears)
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2 COMMENTS

  1. It looks bike friendly in that photo, but it really isn’t. E. Pkwy can be terrifying to navigate, although much improved for the last short stretch around UofL.

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