Location and directions:

Willowtown Photography is located ľ mile off Hwy. 527 in Taylor County, app. 2 miles north of Saloma, or 11 miles north of Campbellsville, or 6 miles south of Raywick in Marion County. 

If coming from Campbellsville either from Highways 210 or 527 or the "old Lebanon road" take Hwy. 527 north out of Saloma, in front of Saloma Baptist Church. Youíll pass Price's Grocery, then later Good Hope Baptist Church on the right. Over that hill youíll see a "fork" in the road. Stay on the two-lane. Thatíll mean taking the 90 degree turn to the left. Slow down, itís sharp. About ľ mile past the curve youíll go through an "s" curve. Thereís a bridge in front of you for reference but donít cross it. Immediately turn right onto Mt. Gilboa Rd and cross the one lane bridge. Do not turn onto Harlan Caulk Road, immediately past the bridge. About ľ mile past Harlan Caulk Road and the one lane bridge is the first
house on the right, a red brick app. 100 yards from the road. Turn up the lane to that house and youíve arrived!

If coming from Lebanon, take Hwy. 55(Campbellsville Rd.)  south app. one mile from Wal Mart. Turn onto Hwy. 426(Miller Pike) which "Ts" on Hwy. 84 a few miles later. Turn left onto Hwy. 84 toward Raywick. In Raywick 84 and Hwy 527 merge for a short distance. Stay on Hwy. 527 south from Raywick, youíll cross the Rolling Fork River bridge just outside town and app. three miles later the Taylor County line just before the Mt. Washington Baptist Church Cemetery. Drive another mile and a half, youíll go down a large long hill and immediately over a small one. After crossing the two lane bridge take an immediate left onto Mt. Gilboa Rd. Youíll immediately cross a one lane bridge. Do not turn onto Harlan Caulk Road, immediately past the bridge. About ľ mile past Harlan Caulk Road and the one lane bridge is the first house on the right, a red brick app. 100 yards from the road. Turn up the lane to that house and youíve arrived!

From Bardstown turn south at the McDonalds next to My Old Kentucky Home onto Hwy. 49. Stay on that road until you get to Hwy. 527 at Holy Cross, then keep south on that road. Continue on through St. Francis and Raywick then up the "narrs" as the locals call them, past the Rolling Fork River Horseshoe Bend look-off  on to the Taylor County Line. Then follow the Lebanon directions above.

From Hodgenville go south on Hwy. 210 until you reach Hwy. 462 in northwest Taylor County. Turn left off 210, travel app. 2/10s mile then turn left again onto 462. Thatís the first 2 lane road to the left after you leave the new 210. Travel app. 2 miles then turn right onto Maple Rd. at Zion Baptist Church. Stay on Maple road for about 6 miles, ignore the smaller turnoffs. Youíll come to Hwy. 527 across from the Mt. Washington Cemetery. Take a right and drive another mile and a half, youíll go down a large long hill and immediately over a small one. After crossing the two lane bridge take an immediate left onto Mt. Gilboa Rd. Youíll immediately cross a one lane bridge. Do not turn onto Harlan Caulk Road, immediately past the bridge. About ľ mile past Harlan Caulk Road and the one lane bridge is the first house on the right, a red brick app. 100 yards from the road. There's a 4x6 'Willowtown Photography' sign at the end of the  lane. Turn up the lane to that house and youíve arrived!

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