Quarry park

Plans for the limestone heritage park include displaying historical quarry machinery, offering stonecutters a place to show their craft, and developing an outdoor museum and entertainment venue. (l-r) This gang saws, photographed in a Monroe County dimension mill circa 1980, was used to cut blocks of limestone into slabs; single-blade circular saw, photographed in Woolery Mill on Bloomington’s southwest side during the mid-1990s; Woolery Mill in 1980 — the 1930s building is now an events venue, One World at Woolery, and is designated as a National Historic Landmark. | Photography by

Ron Eid
Publisher at Limestone Post
Ron Eid started Limestone Post Magazine with Lynae Sowinski in 2015 as an online publication featuring long-form stories about the arts, outdoors, social issues, and a variety of other topics relevant to Bloomington and south-central Indiana. An award-winning writer and editor, Ron has written feature stories about the arts, culture, sports, business, and adventure travel for publications across the country. He can be reached at [email protected]