Carroll County Photo Album

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 Northern KY Views of Carroll County 

Kentucky Postcards (all counties!)

A Carroll County Scrapbook

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Repair Crew of the Mill Creek Railroad Bridge, Carroll County, Ky.

This train wreck happened on Mill Creek in Carroll County in 1914-1915.

The man with the watch was identified as John Gullion, Otis Smith is 2nd from the left in front row, Ben Smith is the one in last row with the 3 on his overall bib.

Submitted By: Geneva Pettit

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The "Falls City" Packet Boat

This paddle wheeler plied the Kentucky  River in the early 1900s with Capt. Noble Nash Hundley at the wheel. A large picture of this boat can be seen at the Owen County Historical Society.

Submitted By: Geneva Pettit

More on Noble Nash Hundley


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Butler - Turpin House

Home of Thomas Butler, his daughter and son-in-law, Phillip Turpin, who designed and built the home. Thomas Butler was aide-de-camp to General Andrew Jackson during the War of 1812. The house was completed in 1859. William Orlando Butler, namesake of Gen. Butler State  Park, lived a mile and a half down the road on Highland Avenue in Carrollton.