314 Exchange Services
The 314 Exchange is a unique venue for events of all kinds. The property is located in Pewee Valley, a historic suburb of Louisville. It was built in 1880s and has been used by the Southern Bell Telephone Exchange and the Interurban Railroad.
Pewee Valley is a home rule-class city in Oldham County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 1,456 at the 2010 census. == History == The site of present-day Pewee Valley was first settled as a stop on the Louisville and Frankfort Railroad in 1852 under the name Smith's Station, although it remains unclear which Smith gave his name to the community. It may have been Henry S. Smith, the son of a local pioneer, or Thomas Smith, a local shopkeep. The name was changed to Pewee Valley on the establishment of a post office by Henry's son Charles Franklin Smith in 1856.