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A substantial windfarm is being established north of Elwood, Indiana just to the west of Indiana Highway 37.
Several cars and pickup trucks lined the adjacent road early Monday evening as cranes set the wind turbine's blades in place. Observers watched and took photographs.
Most of the observers were older citizens who were probably witnessing the changing of a long familiar landscape.
Signs on nearby roads gave an admonition that heavy construction vehicles were to be confined to designated routes.
Posted on September 18, 2012 at 07:59 AM | Permalink
This wind farm extends east to Marion, all along SR 37 as well. It isn't as massive as the ones in Benton county.
The density looks more like the farm in the Van Wert, OH area.
mark grady |
October 11, 2012 at 06:41 PM
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