Kentucky Historical Crossings

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 47 of 47 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
Benton Ferry Kenton De Mossville
Brays Ford Larue Howardstown
Brent Ferry Campbell Newport
Bryants Ford Kenton De Mossville
Bryson Ford Clinton Frogue
Buckley Ferry Anderson Tyrone
Careys Little Mill Ford Washington Chaplin
Cogers Ferry Mercer Wilmore
Cruises Ferry Laurel Livingston
Cummins Ferry Mercer Salvisa
Days Ferry Robertson Piqua
Downs Ford Spencer Fairfield
Dug Ford Wayne Parnell
Evans Ferry Rockcastle Billows
Fisher Ford Garrard Bryantsville
Formans Ford Spencer Waterford
Gaines Ferry Carroll Worthville
Gordons Ford Washington Chaplin
Hardins Ferry Harrison Shady Nook
Hardins Ferry Robertson Shady Nook
Hogans Ferry Jessamine Little Hickman
Holmes Ferry Kenton Alexandria
Houston Ford Spencer Taylorsville
Kennedys Ferry Kenton Covington
Lambs Ferry Kenton Alexandria
Lawrenceburg Ferry Boone Lawrenceburg
Lees Ford Pulaski Delmer
Lucas Ford Spencer Waterford
Maces Ferry Pulaski Burnside
Marion Ferry Henry Worthville
Mundys Ferry Woodford Harrodsburg
Nathaniel Vises Ferry Kenton Alexandria
Old Ford Larue Howardstown
Paint Lick Ferry Jessamine Little Hickman
Parks Ferry Nicholas Moorefield
Prestons Ferry Carroll Carrollton
Richmond Ford Laurel Livingston
Roberts Ferry Kenton De Mossville
Scotts Ferry Anderson Salvisa
Shaker Ferry Mercer Wilmore
Sharps Ferry Anderson Tyrone
Shryocks Ferry Woodford Tyrone
Springport Ferry Henry Worthville
Sugar Creek Ferry Garrard Buckeye
Warwick Ferry Mercer Salvisa
Watson Ford Spencer Taylorsville
Wickliffe Ferry Carroll Carrollton
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