Streets; Construction; Construction equipment; Sewerage; Men; Construction workers; Railroad tracks
Hiawatha Avenue and Louisville Avenue looking south. A dirt road running parallel to a cluster of railroad tracks. In the foreground is a fenced off area with a large hole containing equipment. Two men are at the construction site.
Streets; Construction; Construction equipment; Sewerage; Buildings; Houses
Hiawatha Avenue and Louisville Avenue looking west. Long trench supported by wood beams. Large piles of dirt, along with wood beams, equipment, and rubble, are to the left and a row of houses is to the right.
Flooded buildings and equipment at the Ohio River with the George Rogers Clark Memorial Bridge or Second Street Bridge, formerly the Municipal Bridge, in the background. Labeled time is 10:10. Image is stamped Ohio River Flood January - February...
Construction equipment; Hoisting machinery; Sewerage; Culverts
Crane or other construction machinery on site where a culvert is being built. A large ditch has been dug out with vertical beams placed along part of the perimeter. One man stands on lumber titled into the hole, while other men stand by the...
Hiawatha Avenue and Louisville Avenue looking north. Wide trench supported by wood beams. Train tracks are to the left with storefronts to the right. Equipment and materials are scattered around the site.
Streams; Bridges; Stone bridges; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Construction equipment; Men; Construction workers
Construction at the bed of Beargrass Creek at the stone bridge crossing Kentucky Street. Equipment and materials, including lumber, are at the site. Men work on the dry creek bed. A ramp or slide along the bank pours concrete below. Sacks are...
Streams; Construction; Maintenance & repair; Sewerage; Construction equipment; Buildings; Religious facilities; Churches; St. Therese Lisieux Parish Church (Louisville, Ky.)
Construction site at Beargrass Creek near Rufer Avenue with St. Therese Catholic church in the distance. A large ditch has been dug with equipment and materials at the base. Piles of dirt are on either side.