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Sam's Travels to Indiana - Hoosier Country

Church Steeple, Columbus, Indiana  Church, Columbus, Indiana  Church seen through sculpture, Columbus, Indiana

Reaching Heavenward, War Memorial, Columbus, Indiana  Downtown residence, Columbus, Indiana  Firestation No.1, Columbus, Indiana

My Indiana photos are of Columbus, a small town of 40,000 people south of Indianapolis (and home to my sister), which is noted for its architecture.  From an architectural standpoint, this small city ranks 6th in the US, due in large part to their largest employer, Cummings Diesel, which has funded the architectural costs for public buildings for almost 50 years, including all their schools and even fire houses. Even the US Post Office was designed by leading architects paid by Cummings, which required approval by the US Congress.

My photos include:

  •  Columbus 2002 - First look at the city and some of the well known buildings

  •  Columbus 2003 - After the rain visibility was improved, and I took the guided tour this trip.

  •  Columbus 2005 - Another trip to Columbus to visit my sister and nephew.  Great weather finally, but fewer pictures to round out the set.

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