NE of L’ville, off 71 is LaGrange (not of ZZ Top fame) a small town with a main railway running down the middle of main street. I visited there in 2015, arrived at 5 pm, stopped in a restaurant, met the mayor - a gregarious guy who regaled with reasons why LaGrange is wonderful, mostly the railroad.
While there, go to the west edge of town, to the Anita Springs subdivision. Into the subdivision, left, then right, and on an open hillside lot is a very old looking stone spring house. My great, great, grandfather Berry, the country doctor, had bought 200 acres including springs just west of La Grange from the descendants of the original land grant holder Lt. John Russell. There was railroad track frontage. The springs became named Anita Springs, his wife’s name was Anita. In 1894 he started sending spring water to friends in Louisville, the water demand grew, in 1903 he opened Anita Spring Water Company in Louisville at 721 S. Second St. The family homestead - where my grandmother and her four sisters were born no longer stands. But one of the original spring houses is there. Have fun.