Pike County Historic Locations

The following historic locations are located in Pike County, Kentucky. Please select a historic place in Pike County to view details, address information, historical signifiance, and much more.
Chesapeake and Ohio Passenger Depot
Hellier Ave.
Pikeville, KY
Rail-Related
College Street Historic District
Roughly College St. from Elm St. to Huffman Ave.
Pikeville, KY
Single Dwelling
Commercial Historic District
Main St. and Division Ave.
Pikeville, KY
Professional, Business
Derriana Hall
Sycamore St.
Pikeville, KY
Fordson Coal Company Buildings
1355, 1377, and 1393 Pond Creek Rd.
Stone, KY
Professional, Department Store, Theater
Greer, R. T., and Company
Auxier St.
Pikeville, KY
Warehouse, Business
Hatfield-McCoy Feud Historic District
Multiple locations in Pike county
Pikeville and vicinty, KY
Courthouse, Correctional Facility, Cemetery, Single Dwelling, Graves/Burials
Huffman Avenue Historic District
Huffman Ave. and Main St.
Pikeville, KY
Courthouse, Religious Structure, Post Office, Restaurant
Odd Fellows Building
333 2nd St.
Pikeville, KY
Warehouse, Business
Pauley Bridge
Across the Levisa Fork, Big Sandy R. from Pauley to US 23/460
Pikeville, KY
Road-Related
Pikeville College Academy Building
College St.
Pikeville, KY
Meeting Hall, School
Scott Avenue Historic District
Scott Ave., 6th and 7th Sts.
Pikeville, KY
Single Dwelling
Stone Historic District
Portions of Pond Creek and Hensley Hollow Rds., Baptist, Irick, Eastern and May Sts., and Trout Town Ln.
Stone, KY
Single Dwelling, Business, Religious Structure, Road-Related, Cemetery
Third Street Historic District
3rd St. and Scott Ave.
Pikeville, KY
Single Dwelling
York House
Main St.
Pikeville, KY
Single Dwelling
York Mansion
209 Elm St.
Pikeville, KY
Single Dwelling

 
 
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