Rightsizing in Saginaw, Michigan
Rightsizing the city of Saginaw, Michigan.
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.
The Maybrook Line
The Maybrook Line of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad provided a crucial east-west freight transportation route between Maybrook, New York, and Derby, Connecticut. After a fire damaged the Hudson River crossing, much of the line was abandoned. Portions of the Maybrook Line now serve as a rail-to-trail.
The History of the State Tuberculosis Sanatoriums in Kentucky
The American Lung Association was formed in 1904 in response to the epidemic of tuberculosis, a serious infectious bacterial disease…