|The reason that a small business district developed at Orphanage Road and Dixie in Fort Mitchell was because that was, literally, the end of the line: the farthest point of reach for the streetcars. It provided a ready pool of customers brought to the spot.|
|Note Stevie's on the left||At Burdsall|
|The St. John's Trestle||Over Sleepy Hollow|
The St. John's Trestle
From a Facebook post by Dr. Richard Cardosi
Trolley Station at Fort Mitchell Avenue
The Fort Mitchell Car
|From a Facebook post by Ron E. Lawson||From a Facebook post by the Greyhound Tavern|
|The last run of the trolley to Fort Mitchell|
Bill Goetz gives us a detailed view of exactly where the trolley went from Covington to Fort Mitchell.
|Across from St. Mary's Cemetery|
The Cincinnati, Newport, & Covington, coming towards Fort Mitchell, in Park Hills, 1946.
In Park Hills
From a Facebook post by Phil Lind
Chuck Eilerman put some nice footage of the trolley in Fort Mitchell on YouTube
Color film of the Fort Mitchell Trolley!
A detailed photo-tour of the Kenton trolley route is at this site.