• The Indianapolis Firefighters Museum has an interesting and unusual history.

    Built in the 1860s this is one of five original fire houses built in Indianapolis. The station was used up until …[View More]

  • Built in 1911 this culvert/tunnel goes under the Norfolk Southern Rail line between Sadieville & Georgetown, Kentucky. Currently only one track is above the tunnel but up until the 1950s, two s…[View More]

  • Built by the Elkhart Bridge Company, this is the oldest Elkhart Bridge still standing in the United States. Built in 1902, the bridge was abandoned in the 1960s when I-74 was constructed which bise…[View More]

  • Saint Michael the Archangel, located at 502 West Front Street in Monroe, is t…[View More]

  • Built in 1910 this dual span, earthen filled concrete arch bridge is about 77 feet long and spans Laughery Creek near Olean, Indiana.

    GPS Location: 39º00’09.6″N 85º11’09.…[View More]

  • As you pull into the Mt. Lawn Speedway just 6 miles west of downtown New Cast…[View More]

  • The Dayton Police History Foundation exhibit at Carillon Historical Park in D…[View More]

  • Located just a mile north of downtown Georgetown, Kentucky is a historic steel pony truss bridge spanning Dry Run Creek. The bridge sits on private property and carries a driveway which leads back …[View More]

  • In 1908 Indianapolis was a hub for interurbans with 7 lines already entering the city. However a new line was being discussed to connect Indianapolis with New Castle, Indiana and eventually Toledo,…[View More]

  • In this video we get a rather unique perspective on Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church from life long members who share their memories and experiences over the years. Established in 1920 Blessed Sac…[View More]