Hi, I am Jim, I love Kentucky, and traveling in and around Kentucky! I also love the entire country, and all of the beautiful and strange places here and there! This blog covers the overlooked, forgotten, and underrated places, people, and moments in history in America, with a focus on Kentucky!
It will cover great tourists stops, books about people and history, and include photos and postcard scans.
The Gettysburg Diorama in Gettysburg showing the Battle in miniature.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
East River showing Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Wailliamsburg Bridges, New York City
"Manhattan is an island and is connected with Long Island by many great bridges, three of which may be seen. In the foreground is the most famous suspension bridge in the world, Brooklyn Bridge, opened in 1883. Behind it are the Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges. Foot passengers, automobiles, horse drawn vehicles, buses, street cars and rapid transit trains all cross these bridges."