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Florence, El Dorado, and Walnut Valley Railroad

In 1877, the Florence, El Dorado, and the railway company walnut valley built branch line from Florence to El Dorado. In 1881 it was extended to Douglass, and later city Arkansas. In 1901, the line was leased and is working for the Atchison, Tope ...

                                               

K-196 (Kansas highway)

K-196 is 28.474-km-long East–West state highway in Harvey and Butler counties in the U.S. state of Kansas. K-196с Western Terminus is on interstate 135, interstate 81 and K-15 South of Newton and East end of K-254, just East of El Dorado, Kansas. ...

                                               

K-254 (Kansas highway)

K-254 is 27.369-kilometer highway in the U.S. state of Kansas and links to Wichita to El Dorado. K-254 begins at the intersection of interstate I-135, I-235, U.S. route 81, K-15 and K-96 North of Wichita. It bypasses Kechi, Benton and Towanda, en ...

                                               

St. Andrews Episcopal Church (Emporia, Kansas)

Episcopal Church St Andrews is a parish established in Emporia, Kansas on February 14, 1870 in the framework of the Episcopal diocese of Kansas. St. Andrews first building was built in 1870 and was in the Gothic revival style. In 1928, the origin ...

                                               

Ken Kennedy Freeway

K-61 is 83.358-kilometer North–South highway in the U.S. state of Kansas. K-61s southern Terminus is at highway 54 and us-400 on the East side of Pratt and the Northern Terminus is at I-135 and US-81 South of McPherson. K-61 is signed as North–So ...

                                               

Ken Kennedy Freeway

                                               

K-68 (Kansas highway)

K-68 is 61.517-km-long East–West state highway in the U.S. state of Kansas. K-68s Western Terminus is at highway 75 and K-31 South of LBJ and East end is an extension of Missouri route 2 at the border of Missouri.

                                               

CityGo

CityGo local subsidized bus in Salina, Kansas operated by OCCK through a partnership with the city of Salina and the Department of transportation of the state of Kansas. The service was opened to the public in November 2008.

                                               

Interstate 35W (Kansas)

                                               

Interstate 35W (Kansas)

Interstate 135 is a 95.7-mile highway in Central and South-Central Kansas, USA. I-135 runs between the cities of Salina and Wichita. The route passes through the towns of McPherson, Newton, and city Park. On the highways Northern Terminus is loca ...

                                               

Education in Salina, Kansas

                                               

Demographics of Wichita, Kansas

Wichita is the largest city in the U.S. state of Kansas and the major Metropolitan city of Wichita. According to the U.S. census 2010, the population of the city was 382.368.

                                               

People from Albany, Kentucky

                                               

People from Ashland, Kentucky

                                               

People from Barbourville, Kentucky

                                               

People from Bardwell, Kentucky

                                               

People from Beaver Dam, Kentucky

                                               

People from Benton, Kentucky

                                               

People from Berea, Kentucky

                                               

People from Brownsville, Kentucky

                                               

People from Burkesville, Kentucky

                                               

People from Cadiz, Kentucky

                                               

People from Carlisle, Kentucky

                                               

People from Carrollton, Kentucky

                                               

People from Catlettsburg, Kentucky

                                               

People from Central City, Kentucky

                                               

People from Columbia, Kentucky

                                               

People from Corbin, Kentucky

                                               

People from Cumberland, Kentucky

                                               

People from Cynthiana, Kentucky

                                               

People from Dawson Springs, Kentucky

                                               

People from Eddyville, Kentucky

                                               

People from Elkton, Kentucky

                                               

People from Flatwoods, Kentucky

                                               

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People from Fulton, Kentucky

                                               

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People from Harlan, Kentucky

                                               

People from Harrodsburg, Kentucky

                                               

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People from Hodgenville, Kentucky

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