Places in Indiana

Cannelton | Historic textile mill town on the Ohio River. (11 photos - 2013)

Clifty Falls State Park | Pretty park with a resort inn and restaurant built a few hundred feet from the massive smoke stacks of a coal burning power plant. (8 photos - 2013)

Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne Indiana | A mid-sized, Midwestern industrial city. (18 photos - 1989 - 2017)


Greendale | Previously home of several distillers. The former Seagrams distillery still is operating. (5 photos - 2013)


Huntington | A small canal city with a well preserved late 19th century commercial district. (7 photos - 2017)


Indiana Army Ammunition Plant | Massive abandoned (secured and partially demolished) ammunition plant. (12 photos - 2013)


Madison | One of the most nicely preserved 19th century towns I've seen with an interesting cotton mill reuse project. (10 photos - 2013)

Marble Hill

Marble Hill Nuclear Power Plant | An abandoned nuclear power plant which has been completely demolished as of 2013. (1 photo - 2013)


Metamora | Small 1838 canal town that has successfully promoted itself as a tourist destination. (10 photos - 2013)

michigan city

Michigan City, | The Pre-prohibition, Zorn brewery, and an old coaling tower. (16 photos - 2017)

Mount Vernon Indiana | Interesting (under-used) historic central business district and home of the Port of Indiana. (7 photos 2013)

Peru | Formerly known as "Circus City" with a circus museum and more. (8 photos - 2017)

South Bend | Once a major industrial center. ( 8 photos - 2017)

Whiting Indiana | In the heart of a vast industrial area on the South-Southeast side of Chicago. (12 photos - 1991)


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