Tag: construction

  • single frame: Construction at North and Maple


  • single frame: Through the construction

    A view that soon won’t exist anymore, as soon as the building they’re building here is built.

  • single frame: Under construction


  • Wash outPolaroid Colorpack IIFujifilm FP-100C2016 At last, election day. More than anything, I feel relief that the campaigns are ending. However it turns out, it won’t be a washout. Normally I’d tell you to get out there and cast your vote, even if it’s for the candidate I don’t like. Am I wrong somehow this…

  • Moving the 153-year-old Flanagan/Kincaid House

    The 1861 Flanagan/Kincaid House has crept its way one-half mile to its new foundation on the grounds of Navient, a student loan processing firm in Fishers. The house made its journey on October 4. I was in Auburn looking at old cars that day, so I didn’t see this house hoisted and rolled away. These photos…

  • Saved? The 1861 Flanagan/Kincaid House

    I’ve been following the efforts to save the Flanagan/Kincaid House, built in 1861 in what is now Fishers, Indiana. I had been curious about this house for years, as I drove by it frequently after dropping my sons off at their mom’s in Fishers. But then the house made news when the land developer that came to…

  • The long-awaited end to the sewer saga

    I’m celebrating this Independence Day by flushing the toilet. This is no commentary on the state of our country. It’s elation that my house is, at long last, connected to the city’s sewer. Longtime readers of this blog might remember that about four years ago the city sent me a letter that said they would lay…

  • Endangered: The 1861 Flanagan/Kincaid House

    This lovely 153-year-old house is among a small number of houses from this era that remain in Hamilton County, Indiana – and it’s in very real danger of being demolished. As I said when I first shared this house with you last year, it stands next to I-69 on 106th Street in Fishers, which is a suburb of…

  • Returning to normal as the big sewer project wraps up

    I started to think maybe I’d had enough of the giant sewer project in my neighborhood the day I was driving, by necessity, down the wrong side of my street, met a neighbor driving the other way, and had to back up 100 feet and into someone’s driveway to let him pass. Fortunately, paving was…

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