• On the southside of Chicago is the small city of Blue Island which is home to…[View More]

  • Built in 1873 initially as a French school for girls, Morris Manor is an arch…[View More]

  • The Meade house was built in 1906 on an over 200-acre farm for Dr. Charles C. Meade, a homeopathic physician at the Pulte Medical College of Cincinnati. Dr. Meade lived in this house with his secon…[View More]

  • In downtown Coburn, Pennsylvania you’ll find this well maintained Parker Pony Truss Bridge spanning Penns Creek on Route 2011. The bridge was built in 1938 and rehabbed in 1974. The bridge is abo…[View More]

  • Tunnel 22, built in 1857, also known as Rodemer’s Tunnel is 338 feet long a…[View More]

  • Sitting on Republic, a street whose name was changed from Bremen during World War I’s anti-German hysteria, this building is named after the Ohio Attorney General who fought to restore freedom fo…[View More]

  • Back along a hard packed deadend gravel road literally 50 feet from I-265 on the east side of Louisville, Kentucky I found this timber stringer bridge over the Norfolk Southern Railroad. The road, …[View More]

  • This 2-story log home was originally located at the corner of Rich Road and M…[View More]

  • On the west side of Cambridge, Ohio in the industrial section of town you’ll find the Columbus &#…[View More]

  • The Camp Dennison School was built in 1864 after the conclusion of the Civil …[View More]