Gotta admit I didn’t expect this one to still be standing - I’m pleasantly surprised that this old tractor sales and service center in Indianapolis is not only still there, but it’s been rehabbed and converted into offices across the street from the city’s 16 Tech innovation district.
Where you could once see bands like Bill Black’s Combo and get a bite to eat until 4am, you can now...uhhhh, huff exhaust fumes? This stretch of Fountain Square was, of course, bulldozed for highways.
Two different fountains have been the fountain in Indianapolis’ Fountain Square - but since 2010, they’ve shared the square. Well, sort of.
Amazing what the Clean Air Act and a nice wash can do–Indianapolis’ Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral looks great. The seat of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, the actual parish here is pretty small.
A neoclassical flourish meant to cap the entrance to Indianapolis’ Riverside Park, the Thomas Taggart Memorial was built to honor the progressive three-term Mayor of Indianapolis who founded the city parks department and pushed for the creation of Riverside Park.