An article published in the October 2021 FRANK Magazine by Charles Bogart focused on public bus transportation within Frankfort before the start of the city-owned and operated Frankfort Transit. In the article, it was reported that the last bus to be operated by Capital Transit was Louisville Transit Company Bus No. 410. After the article was published, three different persons contacted Charles Bogart to inform him that Louisville Transit Company Bus No. 410 still existed.
He was told it was located on a farm just west of Grafenburg. Bus No. 410, a little worse for wear, still exists in all of her trappings in a farm field. Note that bus No. 410 has “Frankfort Transit” stenciled on its left side. Apparently, it was operated, for some time by the city owned transit company. Lettering on the right side of the bus, however says “Louisville Transit Company.” The destination sign over the front window reads “Algonquin.”