Thursday, September 26, 2013

Discovering Louisville, New York - Part 1

I was on my way home from the equipment dealer when I noticed a sign at the turnoff for Louisville. I hadn't been there before, so I made the turn and four miles later saw this sign:

One of the first buildings I saw was the Louisville Fire Department:

And there was a wide variety of homes, from small:

To large:

There were old, colonial looking brick homes:

And the Grasse River flowing right through the middle of the village:

And there by the river crossing was this sign which told of a very old, stone bridge which once spanned the Grasse River right there:


Louisville was filled with comfortable, small town homes:

New homes and old homes:

The Wilson Community Hall, which looked as if it was once a church:

There were multiple old cemeteries in town and lots more. I'll post Part 2 tomorrow:

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