Cedar Grove (IN)

Cedar Grove (IN)

  • The Cedar Grove Bridge was originally built in 1880 but was washed away in the flood of 1913. In 1914 a new steel truss bridge was built which was demolished in 2016.…[View More]

  • A local contractor by the name of William Wilhelm built this concrete arch bridge in November 1908. The single lane bridge is about 69 feet long and spans Ramsey Creek which flows into the Whitewat…[View More]

  • Established in 1872 the congregation built the first church, only one story tall out of brick and then later added a second story turning the church into a school around 1916.

    The current ch…[View More]

  • Traveling west on U.S. Route 52 just a half of a mile east of Cedar Grove, Indiana the road takes a gentle turn to the right but looking straight ahead, you’ll notice a gravel driveway. Apparentl…[View More]

  • About 1/2 mile east of Cedar Grove, Indiana on the north side of U.S. Route 52 is a paved road that parallels Route 52 for about 1/8 of a mile. From what I’ve found out, this may be the old Route…[View More]

  • If you have ever driven U.S Route 52 between I-74 and the town of Brookville, Indiana, you probably noticed the abandoned bridge on the west side of Cedar Grove just 50 feet north of the roadway. T…[View More]