• I have a lot of people that ask me what is my favorite video. After producing over 575 documentary videos on everything from one room school houses to cathedrals, it’s hard to say. Every video pr…[View More]

  • North Dearborn High School opened its doors in 1959. In 1973, North Dearborn High School consolidated with Sunman High School to become Sunman-Dearborn Community School Corporation and North Dearbo…[View More]

  • The Torrence Road Railroad Station Depot was built in 1907. The depot was built for the wealthy people who lived on top of the hill in Walnut Hills as the rich didn’t want to go into the “then…[View More]

  • On October 8, 1895 the Ohio Valley Improvement Association was organized by the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce to “foster the canalization and improvement of the Ohio River and provide a navigabl…[View More]

  • Built in 1861 the Hunt House originally sat on 1,000 acres of land. The house is a transitional federal/Greek revival design which was unusual for this area at that time. The lumber used was either…[View More]

  • About 3 miles north of Guilford, Indiana on the west side of State Route 1 is the former Cook Road Bridge. Built in 1901 this bridge use to span Slab Camp Creek. Built by the American Bridge Compan…[View More]

  • If you live in the Greater Cincinnati area, when someone says “Erlanger, Kentucky”, the term “historic” probably doesn’t pop into your head. However back in March, we …[View More]

  • Located in the steep hillsides of the Mt. Adams neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio is a beautiful Art Deco designed bridge known as the Ida Street Bridge.

    Originally a wooden trestle that was …[View More]

  • Built in 1917 this single lane pony truss bridge is about 41 feet long and spans a branch of Laughery Creek on East Laughery Creek Road in Dearborn County, Indiana. I remember driving over the brid…[View More]

  • The area around Guilford, Indiana is loaded with railroad history. In this segment we’re checking out the former Guilford Red Bridge.

    Back in the mid 1800s a rail line came through this ar…[View More]