Railroad Stations: Union Station, Viaduct and E. Main St., for Louisville & Nashville R.R., and Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.; S. Broadway and Angliana Ave. for Southern Ry.
Bus Station: Union Station, 244 E. Main St. for Greyhound, Fleenor, Nunnelly, Phillips and Cooper Lines.
Airport: Municipal, 6 m. N. on Newtown Pike; chartered planes, no scheduled service.
Buses: Fare 5¢.
Accommodations: Five hotels.
Information Service: Lafayette Hotel, E. Main St. at Union Station Viaduct; Phoenix Hotel, Main and Limestone Sts.; Board of Commerce, Main and Upper Sts.; Bluegrass Auto Club, Esplanade.
Radio Station: WLAP ( 1420 kc.).
Theaters and Motion Picture Houses: Little Theater, Transylvania College and Guignol Theater, University of Kentucky, monthly civic talent plays; six motion picture houses.
Swimming: Municipal Pool, Castlewood City Park, 25¢; Clay's Ferry, 15 m. on US 25; Valley View, 15 m. S. on Tates Creek Rd.; Boonesboro, 25 m. S. via US 25; Joyland Park, 3 m. N. on US 27; Johnson's Mill, 12 m. N. on Newtown Rd. Golf: Picadome, S. Broadway extended, 18 holes, greens fee 50¢ Mon.-Fri., 75¢ Sat.and Sun.
Tennis: Woodland Park, Woodland and High Sts., free; Duncan Park, Limestone and 5th Sts., free; University of Kentucky, Rose St., 10¢ per hour; Castlewood Park, Bryan Station Rd. and Castlewood Drive, free.
Riding: 123rd Kentucky Cavalry Club, Henry Clay Blvd., 75¢ per hour. Lexington Riding School, Tates Creek Pike, 75¢.
Racing: Keeneland, 5 m. W. on US 60, running races (mutuel betting), April and October.
Trots: Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association, S. Broadway extended, June and September.
Polo: Iroquois Hunt and Polo Grounds, 6 m. E. on US 60, June through September.
Annual Events: Blessing of Hounds, beginning of hunt season, November, Iroquois Hunt Club; May Day Festivals, University of Kentucky and Transylvania College; Junior League Horse Show (Saddle Horses), latter part of July; Tobacco Carnival; Farm and Home Convention, University of Kentucky, November.
For further information regarding this city, see LEXINGTON|
AND THE BLUEGRASS COUNTRY, another of the American
Guide Series, published April 1938 by the city of Lexington, Ky.
LEXINGTON (957 alt., 45,736 pop.), third largest city in Kentucky, lies on a rolling plateau in the heart of the Bluegrass Country. The golden stallion weathervane on the Fayette County Courthouse symbolizes an aristocracy of horses. An early law passed in this county