Room With A View – Irvington United Methodist Church

Written by on January 8, 2013 in A Room with a View - 1 Comment
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Irvington United Methodist Church

Happy New Year!

Heading out of the greater downtown area for a few weeks, Room With A View heads to Irvington on Indianapolis’ east side with a view of the Tudor-style Irvington United Methodist Chuch from an undisclosed coffee house.

What is your favorite coffee house view?

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About the Author

Ryan Hamlett, a Fine Arts graduate of Indiana University, turned a teenage fascination with exploring "haunted places" into a love of Urban Exploration or sneaking (not breaking) into abandoned buildings, armed with a camera and flashlight. That passion for photographing urban decay has led him to the Historic Preservation Graduate Program at Ball State University which he'll begin this fall.

One Comment on "Room With A View – Irvington United Methodist Church"

  1. Ann Stewart January 8, 2013 at 3:18 pm · Reply

    The Campfire Girls used to meet there in the 1940’s, and the women in the Geisler family would sing in the Messiah there every Christmas. I did not belong there, but knew many people who did, even one here in Louisville, who married there in 1943!

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