• Built in 1880 this stone arch rail road overpass is still used on a daily basis.

  • Established in 1819 the First United Methodist Church in Connersville, Indiana is one of the oldest churches in Fayette County, Indiana. The current church building was constructed in 1889 at a cos…[View More]

  • The Dixon Road Bridge is one of about a dozen historic bridges in Preble County, Ohio. Sitting on a back country road surrounded by pastures and woods, the bridge spans Four Mile Creek.

  • Built in 1875 by the Massillon Bridge Company this very rare Bow String Bridge still see traffic on a daily basis in Preble County, Ohio.

  • This video is about the First Vegan Earth Day in Cincinnati, Ohio. One of the largest contributors to Global Warming is meat production/consumption by humans. In this video William Messer explains …[View More]

  • Connersville, Indiana has a history of being a car manufacturing hub and before that, a stop along the Whitewater Canal. This video explores the town and some of it’s hidden secrets to the ou…[View More]

  • Built in 1849 the Fayette County courthouse is the second oldest continuously used courthouse in the state of Indiana.

  • Organized in 1840 the Glenwood United Methodist Church in Glenwood, Indiana is one of the oldest Methodist Churches in the area.

  • Robinson’s Whitewater River Campground started life as a Turnip Farm, then was transformed into a Christian retreat center/campground before it became one of, if not the most interesting camp…[View More]

  • The Goddard Cemetery, located near the town of Homer, Indiana is surrounded by corn fields. It has an interesting history which includes some of the more important people of the community.