Thursday, September 4, 2008

A Classroom Picture Gallery #7


The Many Roads of Louisville

The Portland Canal and the McAlpin Locks allowed Louisville to become an important trading port in the 19th century. Visible in this picture are examples of Louisville's bridges, rail, river, highway and airport resources. Visible to the right of the dome of the Aegon Tower is the runway(s) of the Louisville International Airport.

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