• In rural Bourbon County, Kentucky sits an abandoned steel truss bridge built in 1913. How much longer can it last???

  • In 1977 construction began on the Marble Hill Nuclear Power Plant near the tiny burg of Paynesville, Indiana. By 1984 the project was abandoned after $2.5 billion dollars was spent on the project. …[View More]

  • The Peacock Road Overpass is a rare Timber Stringer Bridge in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Once popular in the 1930s and typically designed as a railroad overpass, these bridges have outlived their us…[View More]

  • Built in 1874 by Jacob Bower the Claysville Covered Bridge was 307 feet long and spanned the Licking River. The bridge was accidentally burned to the ground after a nearby trash fire ignited debris…[View More]

  • Just north of Monroe, Michigan sits a rare Phantom Bridge along a deserted portion of Old Telegraph Road. Here’s the story…

  • Located in Wayne County, Indiana, U.S. Route 40 runs right through the center of this historic town that was settled in 1813. This video covers everything from the town being platted to a famous ra…[View More]

  • The historic village of Farmersville is located southwest of Dayton, Ohio and is probably most famous for the “Bottle Farm” that was located just outside of town. It was owned by a rath…[View More]

  • The life and times of Sergeant Major Robert Brown of Rushville, Indiana.

  • The first school bus safety mirror was installed in the late 1940s near Lambertville, Michigan. The mirror was designed by a school bus driver after he nearly ran over one of his children he dropp…[View More]

  • Howe was established in 1884 as a grammar school and later transformed into a Military Academy. Due to declining enrollments the academy was closed permanently closed in June of this year. In this …[View More]