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[KY 55]
Historical Marker Returned to KY 55 in Shelby County
Posted: 8-Aug-2003 4:53AM CDT
Topics: [KY 55] [Shelby County]

A state historical marker along KY 55 near the location Shelby County's first settlement, Painted Stone Camp, has been returned. The sign was removed when KY 55 was widened in 1996 and has been stored in a Transportation Cabinet garage since then.

More information: Shelbyville Sentinel-News: After six years, historical sign returns home (July 30, 2003) [Outside Link]

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