• Constructed during the Civil War, the First Christian Church of Madison, Indiana has survived 2 fires and is now probably the most beautiful church in the county. Here’s a short video on this…[View More]

  • Built in 1910 and bypassed in the 1930s, the Crooked Creek Phantom Bridge sits deep in the woods on the west side of Madison, Indiana. How did it get there???? Watch …[View More]

  • 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.