Perhaps the smallest building in downtown Louisville, this barely noticed structure on Armory Place is actually a valve house. Owned by LG&E, it is must older than any near it. Join us today as we peak into it....
|On Armory Place, south of Liberty, the little building is pointed out with a blue arrow. Notice that the parking structure was actually built AROUND it, nesting the little brick building into its grey concrete mass.|
Although threatened a time or two with demolition, the little building has survived all its challengers. Part of the LG&E infrastructure, it dates from the early 20th century and houses an array of valves. Its brick walls and clay roof have seen the time pass, slowly...
|For reasons unclear, the back of the building is blocked off with a fence.|
|Interior shot, through the mesh.|
|A final shot of the roof, seen from the second story of the nearby garage. Its a rather cute building, right?|
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