Many historic towns in Kentucky were originally formed for a very specific reason. In Oldham County, the small city of Pewee Valley was a stop along a bustling railroad, and the tracks are still in use today. This timeless town is so small that if you blink, you may miss it, but you won’t want to for its interesting history and natural beauty.

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Pewee Valley is one of countless charming small towns in Kentucky. Have you driven through this timeless train town? What other small Kentucky towns are your favorite? Share with us in the comments!

For more information on all Pewee Valley has to offer, visit the town’s website here.

And for more small towns in Kentucky, check out our previous article here.

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