• Built in 1859 at a cost of $36,000.00, this is the third courthouse constructed in Jefferson County, Indiana. The courthouse was almost lost on May 20, 2009 when a fire broke out during a renovatio…[View More]

  • Built in 1925, the Schultz Road Pony Truss Bridge was built for private use, where most of these types of bridges were built on public roadways.

  • The Wirt Baptist Church was first established in 1817 with the current structure built in 1851.

  • This foot bridge in Bellevue, Kentucky was constructed in the late 1800s as a way for students to safely cross over a set of railroad tracks to their school on the other side.

  • When Confederate General John Hunt Morgan invaded Indiana in 1863, he torched many bridges and railroad trestles along the way. Here’s a story of one such trestle.

  • The Eleutherian College in rural Lancaster, Indiana is probably the most important building in Indiana. Here’s the story behind the building.

  • Established in 1907, historic Southgate, Kentucky is located in Campbell County.

  • Built in 1924, the Dayton High School was once home to one of the most talented basketball coaches in history, John Wooden.

  • The St. Anthony School in Bellevue, Kentucky was built in 1929 and is now used as an apartment.

  • The Southgate, Kentucky Volunteer Fire Department is one of the oldest fire departments in Northern Kentucky.