Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1:100,000-Scale Quadrangle


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Bowling Green



Landmarks within this quadrangle

31 West Drive-In Theater (Drive-in theater)
Beeches, The (House)
Bowling Green OMS #10 (Military facility)
Carolyn Conn Moore (Historic marker)
Cedars, The (House)
Cherry Hall (School)
Cornsilk (House)
County Named, 1819 (Historic marker)
Dumont Hill (Military facility)
Duncan House (House)
Fort Lytle (Fort)
Grider House (House)
Hall House (House)
Hampton Hall (Meeting hall)
Hardcastle General Store (Commercial building)
Hargis House (House)
Heating Plant (Power plant)
Hines House (House)
Holland, Kentucky (Populated place)
J.L. and Son Turner Building (Commercial building)
Lost River Cave and Valley (Natural feature)
Mount Vernon, Tennessee (Populated place)
Mount Zion, Kentucky (Populated place)
Nine Hearths (House)
Octagon Hall (Meeting hall)
Polk House (House)
Rauscher House (Commercial building)
Rhea Stadium (Stadium)
Rock Jolly (House)
Roxy Theater (Theater)
Scottsville Freight Depot (Railroad depot)
St. James Apartments (Residential building)
Stadium (Stadium)
State Theater (Theater)
Sudley Place (House)
Tabernacle, The (Place of worship)
Thomas Drugs (Commercial building)
Van Meter Hall (Meeting hall)
Walnut Lawn (House)
West Hall (Meeting hall)
Woodard Hall (Meeting hall)