Monthly Archives: December 2018

Old barn by an alley in Milford

Where was this photo taken? Not in a rural area as you might expect. It was taken in the town of Milford. At the intersection of Fourth and James streets sits a house dating to 1858. It was originally a … Continue reading

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Old road alignment in Harrison Township

The Elkhart County Surveyor’s Office has an interesting set of historical maps by township. They show the various road alignments tied in by numbers to an index page. Vacated roads are also shown on the maps. One example is this … Continue reading

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Museum in Michigan features interurban cars

Back in May, a friend and I ventured to an interesting museum in Grass Lake, Michigan. I was doing an internet search and kind of stumbled upon the Lost Railway Museum. This museum is different in that its focus is … Continue reading

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Another photo from battlefield site

As a follow-up to last week’s post about the Civil War battlefield site near Perryville, Kentucky, here’s another photo. I’m fairly certain this is not an original fence row, but it would look like one from the Civil War era. … Continue reading

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Nicely preserved Kentucky Civil War battlefield

I’m going to stray from keeping local this week. During the summer of 2017, a friend and I visited the Perryville, Kentucky, Civil War battlefield site for a couple of days. It is located in Boyle County in the hilly … Continue reading

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