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UER Forum > UE Photography > Tunnelton High School Gymnasium/Auditorium; Tunnelton IN (Viewed 215 times)
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Tunnelton High School Gymnasium/Auditorium; Tunnelton IN
< on 5/23/2018 7:41 PM >
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Tunnelton High School Gymnasium/Auditorium; Tunnelton IN. Not sure about the history here. Have not done a lot of research. I do know Tunnelton's namesake is "Big Tunnel", a 1700-some ft train tunnel completed in 1857. I did tour that as well, stay tuned for the post. I also know only a fraction of the town is still populated. LOTS of abandoned houses. I rec'd unhappy looks from people who still lived there as I drove up and down the streets. Based on that - I left abandoned houses alone.

Back to the gym - I know it was built in 1957. I do not know when it was abandoned, but assume it is related to the drop in population. I also don't know if the actual high school was located on this same property...1.


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Give abandonment a reason for its sacrificial reclamation to nature. Love it. Remember it. Take a picture. Share it. Leave the decay to nature.

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