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The Jackson-Washington State Forest offers spectacular hilltop vistas of wooded hills and tilled fields. This tranquility was disturbed in the fall of 1866, when the nation’s first train robbery took place near Seymour. The Remo Gang, who lived in Jackson County, stole $16,000.
In this piece, five human figures peer around trees, as spoked wheels appear behind a dense growth of foliage. The limestone relief features four elevations of carving.
Designers Jeff Laramore and David Jemerson Young
Medium type: Stone/Marble
Date created: 2001
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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