Traffic flows on both sides of the new Paris Pike - Lexington Road in front of Normandy Farm outside of Lexington, Ky., on 11/4/03. Along this section of the road, two of the original rock walls were kept intact, while a third new one was constructed, seen at rear. Payson Stud is the farm at the top of the photo.
Traffic flows on both sides of the new Paris Pike - Lexington Road in front of Normandy Farm outside of Lexington, Ky., on 11/4/03. Along this section of the road, two of the original rock walls were kept intact, while a third new one was constructed, seen at rear. Payson Stud is the farm at the top of the photo. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Traffic flows on both sides of the new Paris Pike - Lexington Road in front of Normandy Farm outside of Lexington, Ky., on 11/4/03. Along this section of the road, two of the original rock walls were kept intact, while a third new one was constructed, seen at rear. Payson Stud is the farm at the top of the photo. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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