A historic preservation group is working to raise money toward fixing an 80-year-old bronze clock that hangs outside the former L.S. Ayres department store.
The list features historical structures needing rehabilitation to continue being maintained.
President of Indiana Landmarks Marsh Davis said in a press release that the structures are not lost causes, and all have the potential for revival and reuse.
A church group is offering to restore the First Baptist Church, also known as the West Baden Spring Colored Church, which has fallen into disuse and disrepair.
The president of Indiana Landmarks says the old Union Station and the Crawford's Bakery site, both in Indianapolis, need to be preserved.
Indiana county homes are facing extinction from either abandonment or neglect, according to Indiana Landmarks.
The vacant Elkhart Armory building was constructed in 1885 and sits on the Elkhart River, near the city’s downtown.
Grassyfork Fisheries, which was once the largest goldfish hatchery in the world, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Indiana Landmarks fought the decision because it says the post is historic and should be preserved.
A non-profit organization that preserves Indiana’s historic landmarks has added several new structures to its most endangered sites list this year.