Richmond Gas Company

Formerly listed on the National Register of Historic Places (#81000023), this building has been demolished and was removed from the register in 2012.

Now that the historic Pennsylvania Depot has been sold, should the community turn it's efforts to preserving the 1855 Richmond Gas Company Building, located just north of 1st Street, the entrance to the Starr-Gennett area of the Whitewater Gorge? Talk about it!

Photo: Former Richmond Gas Company Building, Richmond, Indiana

Photo taken February 28, 2006

Historical photo from the 1896 Dalby Pictorial Book

Historical photo from the 1906 Dalby Pictorial Book

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John Finley, Richmond, Indiana mayor from 1852 until his death in 1866, wrote the poem "The Hoosier's Nest", which is often cited as the first written reference to the word "Hoosier".