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Indianapolis Then and Now

January 10, 2012

It is time to prepare for the Super Bowl again. While we are still not sure which teams will be playing in the big game, we all know that Super Bowl 46 will be hosted in the beautiful town of Indianapolis. The city is full of history and for those eager to learn about the town, we recommend picking up Indianapolis Then and Now – by Nelson Price.

While revelers will have a blast partying in the Super Bowl Village on the promenade between Conseco Field House and the Convention Center, take a look at what the area looked like just 92 years ago in Nelson Prices’ Indianapolis Then and Now. Once the location of a freight house for the Pennsylvania Railroad, this is now one of the cities most popular tourist destinations.

From images of the Soldier and Sailor’s Monument to City Market, Indianapolis Then and Now provides amazing photographic imagery of how much the city has changed through the years.

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