Ohio Edison Mad River Powerplant
The Ohio Edison Mad River power plant in Springfield, Ohio was opened on October 2, 1927 and was dubbed “The Giant of the Miami Valley.” Designed by Springfield architect William K. Shilling, the power plant was located at the confluence of Buck Creek and the Mad River. After years of disuse, the complex was razed in 2010.
Exploring the Lone Remnant of the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway’s Levisa Subdivision
An abandoned railroad bridge over the Levisa Fork in Pike County, Kentucky seemed a little out of place.
Indiana Army Ammunition Plant and World War II
This is one part of a series on the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant covering the history of the plant pre-World War II and through the war.
Knobs of Kentucky
Exploring the knobs of Kentucky and coming across a shuttered general store in Gravel Switch and a nearly hidden antebellum residence in Danville.