Saturday, May 1, 2010


.....Indiana, a railroad and agricultural town,
just trying to get along, and nothing gets them down;
providing school for the county is the general rule,
all over Indiana towns like Bloomfield are a valuable tool.

There is a parade here, in November every year,
it's all about the apples, abundant right here;
and the Tulip Viaduct serves trains when they roll by,
built over the valley, a bridge in the sky.
Top: One of the better preserved covered bridges in the state, this is in Bloomfield
Middle: A train crossed the Tulip Viaduct, a long trestle bridge.
Bottom: The Greene County Courthouse in Bloomfield.

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