Old fishing industry structures in the south are fascinating. They are characterized by the wind, salt, and years of disuse giving them a unique and abandoned sort of appeal.
As part of Indiana's Bicentennial Celebration, I am delighted to have attained Legacy Project Status for my grain elevator work! I will continue to search out historic grain elevators to photograph, sketch, and watercolor paint. This project is sponsored by Greenfield Historic Landmarks and endorsed by Indiana Landmarks. The collection currently contains over 30 paintings of Indiana's grain elevators, but that's not even half of the sites I've documented! Please contact me if you have historic photos or know of an intact old elevator. Check out the articles in the Notes section and let me know if you have any interest in buying prints of the paintings.
This is one of two iron bridges left in Hancock County, saved by Kay Binford and our county. Going through the bridge seems to take you back in time and is an excellent destination for a Sunday afternoon bike ride.