It's hard to imagine a time before the automobile dominated the streets of Louisville. But before the the car became the prevelant way of getting around in American cities, the horse and buggy was the most common means of transportation. It was much more affordable than the automobile, and required little training and upkeep. As Louisville paved way for the way for the North-South Expressway (Interstate 65), there still remained some remnants of the mode of transportation that once dominated the scene. The images in this gallery display the ways that even into the 1950s, Louisville was still in transition in terms of transportation.