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Within the City Limits of Manchester, KY is a unique park system that, when connected by a riverside walking trail of serene beauty, offers the visitor a chance to soak up some of the early history not only of Manchester and Clay County, but southeast Kentucky as well.
Men would mix cement and haul river gravel and timbers from local farms.
Many of these historic relics of Appalachian history still tower over Goose Creek, Red Bird and the South Fork rivers.
Discover Appalachia off the beaten trail in wonderfully wild, breathtakingly beautiful Oneida, Ky.
Home to the world renowned Oneida Baptist Institute and Monkey Hollow Wildlife Sanctuary & Vacation Cabins, Goose Creek and the Red Bird River confluence here to form the South Fork of the Kentucky River.
Manchester is a tightly-packed little town arranged around the town square, Court House hill and north and south entries.
The upright piers were constructed first before being pulled into position by men in boats or on horses or mules.
The cable was then dragged across by hand using a wheel or pulley.
The town has an old-fashioned, "real town" feel about it, but is also graced with handsome, modern structures on all sides.
Visit the city parks, Veterans Memorial, Town Square, shops and restaurants.
The trail itself follows the route of the Warrior's Path, one of the most historically significant trails in American History.