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  • Aurora, Indiana is packed with historic buildings and sites. Everywhere you turn you’ll see something of historic significance. In this video we covered 17 historic sites and stories that you…[View More]

  • Dating back to 1922 the Fernbank Garden Club celebrates its 100th Anniversary this year! In this video, Fernbank Garden Club members, Tom & Meredith Wells give us the history behind the clubs o…[View More]

  • This mystery bridge is located in Scott County, Kentucky about 10 miles northwest of downtown Georgetown. This abandoned steel pony truss bridge is about 25 feet long and spans Lytle Fork.

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  • Every 3 years at the end of July the City of Kenosha, Wisconsin welcomes home the AMC/Rambler cars that were made right there in town. People travel from throughout the country and Canada to attend…[View More]

  • Built in 1846 the Reading-Halls Station Bridge was originally designed and used as a railroad bridge. The bridge is almost certainly the oldest all-metal truss bridge in active service in the Unite…[View More]

  • This stone arch tunnel near the Vermilion County Fairgrounds was built in 1901 for the Peoria & Eastern Railway. The rail line was used almost exclusively for grain hauling and the line was las…[View More]

  • While traveling through central Pennsylvania I came across this unusual bridge just south of the town of Roaring Branch which was established in 1862. This pony truss bridge is 70 feet long and spa…[View More]

  • The one lane Linwood Road Pony Truss Bridge near Bowling Green, Ohio was built in 1885 by the Smith Bridge Company of Toledo, Ohio which began building covered bridges in 1867 such as the Spencervi…[View More]

  • The Sherburne Covered Bridge was built in 1868 at a cost of $3,500.00. It connected the town of Sherburne, Kentucky in Fleming County with Bath County, Kentucky by spanning the Licking River. The b…[View More]

  • Less than a mile northwest of Friendship, Indiana is this beautiful four span stone arch bridge built in 1909 by Henry Harmon of Vernon, Indiana at a cost of $3800.00. Harmon won the bid to build t…[View More]