92 County Walk- Franklin County

92 County Walk- Franklin County


Franklin County is known primarily for its beautiful scenery and its accessibility by river, which allowed it to be settled from Cincinnati in the 1790s.

In contrast to the rest of the state icons, the Franklin County piece is not attached to the Indiana State Museum building, but is suspended from a bridge that crosses down Indianapolis’ Central Canal. It is constructed of copper, bronze, and stainless steel and depicts a bridge support structure holding a canoe.

Designers Jeff Laramore and

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Medium type: Bronze; Metal; Steel

Date created: 2001


650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204

Associated artists

David Jemerson  Young
David Jemerson Young
Jeff Laramore
Jeff Laramore


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