Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Located in Oldham County, Kentucky, this old stone arch bridge dates back to 1900. It was bypassed and replaced in 1967, and today crumbles slowly off to the side of the road. While one side of the bridge has completely washed away, the arch itself is still intact. Join us today as well look at this neat landmark.
Sunday, November 24, 2013
La Grange, Kentucky, is an interesting small town. Like many small towns in the region, the town square is built around the railroad tracks that run through the town. Somewhat uniquely, the tracks in La Grange actually run right down the middle of Main Street. Building on this heritage, the town features the motto "We're on track" in several places. Join us today as we look at their restored railroad depot and museum.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Abandoned in the woods of Indiana, this unusual dome-shaped cabin is all that remains of a once-active campsite. Follow along with us as we explore this neat, but ruined building.
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Located near Milltown, Indiana, this creepy old tree covered in shoes is a local landmark of sorts. Join along as we check it out with this interesting photo set.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Located in Madison, Indiana, these brick shell is all that remains of an old Elks Lodge. A victim of apparent arson, it burned down on August 25, 2006. After several years of stunted repair efforts, it sits in ruins in the heart of the city. This is what we saw on a recent visit.
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Hidden behind the Hobbs Memorial Chapel in Anchorage, Kentucky, the Hobbs Cemetery is quite difficult to find if you don't know where to look. Join us today as we explore it.