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Kentucky State Capitol at sunrise

Kentucky State Capitol

The Kentucky State Capitol is located in Frankfort, Kentucky. The Beaux-Arts style building was designed by Frank Mills Andrews and constructed between 1905-09 and dedicated in June 1910.

Bert Hensley House

Hensley Settlement

The historic Hensley Settlement is located at the top of Brush Mountain within Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in southern Kentucky. The settlement contains 12 homestead log cabins, a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, and a springhouse.

Shay Locomotives

Cass Scenic Railroad

Step back into history at Cass Scenic Railroad, featuring a scenic train excursion to the top of Bald Knob, West Virginia’s third-highest mountain, at its centerpiece. Get a close-up perspective of the powerful Shay locomotives that chug up the steep grades, stay in unique lodging...

Big Muskie

Big Muskie

The Big Muskie is a former dragline excavator for the Central Ohio Coal Company near Cumberland, Ohio. All that remains of what was one of the world’s largest earth-moving machines is the bucket, now part of a park on reclaimed strip mine lands.

New River Gorge Bridge

New River Gorge

New River, the centerpiece of New River Gorge National River in south-central West Virginia, is among the oldest rivers on the continent. The rugged, whitewater river pounds through a 53-mile deep canyon, surrounded by 70,000 acres of ghost towns, vestiges of an industrial past, strenuous...

Fitchburg Furnace

Fitchburg Furnace

Fitchburg Furnace, also known as the Red River Furnace, is a former charcoal blast furnace turned historic site in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky.

Vermont State House

Vermont State House

The Vermont State House, located in downtown Montpelier, is the state capital of Vermont. The Greek Revival style was designed by Thomas Silloway in 1857 and was constructed between 1858-59, it was the third such structure on the site to be used as the State House.