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Indiana Landmarks 10 Most Endangered 2016

Each year, Indiana Landmarks announces its list of Indiana’s 10 Most Endangered landmarks. Jeopardized by abandonment, neglect, and deterioration, the 10 Most Endangered face imminent threats.


Some of the 10 Most are long-vacant and dilapidated structures that have outlived their original purposes. Others are threatened by lack of redevelopment prospects. Indiana Landmarks uses the Most Endangered list to bring public attention to the imperiled sites and mobilize support for their preservation.



10 Most Endangered 2016


Beech Church, Carthage

Camp Chesterfield, Chesterfield

Ford Motor Company Assembly Branch, Indianapolis

Hazelwood, Muncie

Monon High Bridge, Delphi

Pryor's Country Place, Angola

Rivoli Theater, Indianapolis

Southside Turnverein Hall, Indianapolis

Speakman House, Rising Sun

Washington County Courthouse, Salem


For more information on the
10 Most Endangered in 2016, contact:

Indiana Landmarks
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202

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