Downtown New Albany, Indiana

These are some photos of downtown New Albany that I took a couple of summers ago. Black and White, mostly buildings and street scenes. As you can see, I’ve modified some of them for my header images.

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    An old tree along the street

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    The tower bells from Holy Trinity Catholic Church, destroyed by fire in 1975

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    A view of the site of Holy Trinity Church, destroyed by fire in 1975.

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    Another view of the site of Holy Trinity Church, destroyed by fire in 1975.

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    A house on Market Street

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    The Sanctuary of Eternal Truth. It's been extensively renovated since I took this picture.

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    The tower facade of St. Paul's Episcopal Church

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    A view of the side of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

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    The front entrance to St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

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    Another view of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, from the south.

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    Stone wall and flowers.

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    A view of the Culbertson Mansion state historic site.

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    A brick sidewalk downtown.

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    Another house downtown.

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    Sunflowers in a downtown garden.

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    Just a cat.

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    Glass brick wall.

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    The old state bank on Main Street.

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    Main Street storefronts.

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    Just an attractive building on Main Street. No longer exists.

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    The Old Odd Fellows building downtown.

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    View of State Street towards the river.

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    New Albany-Floyd County Public Library featuring Barney Bright's statue, "The Search."

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2 responses on “Downtown New Albany, Indiana

  1. Birdie Rogers

    Thank you so much for sharing your photos. My maternal grandfather was born in New Albany in 1895. December of 1959 Papa & Nana and I moved to Hausfeldt Road off old 150 Hwy. We only stayed for for 2 1/2 years but there is such a special place in my heart of my memories there. What a wonderful treat to see old sights.

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