In the vicinity of Bells Lane. Brick house at the corner of Bells Lane and a dirt road. A large sign posted in the front yard reads Drive Slow! See Louisville the Largest Country Town in America now building an Open Sewer.
Two men stand on the right in front of a tunnel opening while three men stand together to the left. They are underground in a large sewer tunnel system. Original negative is damaged. Title supplied by cataloger.
Bridges; Stone bridges; Streams; Floods; Floods--Kentucky--Louisville
Curved portion of Beargrass Creek leading to a stone bridge with billboards on the road above. The creek has water in it. A car is parked next to the bridge. Part of an improvement project to the creek. Written on image: O.R.F.-63. 11:30 A.M.
Diagram showing a train in a tunnel and a two-story building. Labeled Comparative Sketch Southwestern Outfall. Cross Section West of Taylor Boulevard. Commissioners of Sewerage of Louisville. November-1933. Woolsey M. Caye. Technical Engineer.