Welcome sign on the flood wall
The The Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge built in 1931. At the time it was the first bridge across the Ohio River coming upstream from Cincinnati.
The Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge
A coal barge going under the The Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge
A stern-wheeler at Limestone Landing
Replica of Columbus' boat, the Nina moored at Limestone Landing
The Nina and the Pinta
The fountain, entrance to Limestone Landing and the start of the murals
The fountain and a mural
Maysville Flood Wall Mural
Bison hunting along the Buffalo Trace in the 1600's
Arriving at Limestone Landing (now Maysville) in the 1780's
General Lafayette's reception in 1825
Sutton's Landing in the 1850's. Packet Steamers trading on the Ohio
Commemoration of Maysville's position on the Underground Railroad (the slave route to freedom from the south)
The railroad and barge traffic at Maysville, around 1900.
Tobacco growing - Maysville was the 2nd largest growing center for Burley tobacco in the world.
County Fair at Germantown (Old Reliable)
The band stand on Market Street in the 1920's
Rosemary Clooney - Maysville native
The Russell Theatre
Site of the premier of Rosemary Clooney's first Movie - The Stars are Singing. Now being extensively refurbished.
The Washington Opera House on Second Street - home to the Maysville Players
Upper Market Street
The Cox Building on the corner of Upper Market Street
Row houses on Upper Market Street
Detail from the Cox Builsing
Mural on the Ballroom Wall in the Cox Building
The Masonic Hall in the Cox Building
Art Gallery in the Cox Building
The William Harsha Bridge
The new William Harsha Bridge, seen here from the Ohio side of the river was opened at the end of 2000. Still the only bridge across the Ohio between Cincinnati and the Simon Kenton Bridge, also in Maysville.