CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Preservation Ohio put out its list of endangered historic properties Wednesday, and 16 structures made the cut.
The annual list describes the sites most endangered for reasons such as demolition threat, abandonment, neglectful owner, dilapidation, obsolete use, lack of money for repairs, out-of the-way location or encroaching sprawl.
Stone Train Depot in Ashtabula and Sammel Lyon House in Columbia Station are among those named locally.
North Canton has two properties as well.
Three of the properties on the list this year were also on the 2015 list. They are still endangered and Preservation Ohio continues to monitor their status and working with supporters in the local communities in order to draw more attention and resources to the endangered historical properties.
Complete 2016 List of Ohio's Most Endangered Historic Sites:
Ashtabula County -- Stone Train Depot -- Ashtabula, OH
Butler County -- Sorg's Opera House -- Middletown, OH
Delaware County -- Peace and Justice House -- Delaware, OH
Franklin County -- Columbus Railway Power and Light Building -- Columbus, OH
Franklin County -- Elam Drake Farm -- Columbus, OH
Franklin County -- Port Columbus Airport Terminal and Control Tower -- Columbus, OH
Hamilton County -- The Dennison Hotel Building -- Cincinnati, OH
Lake County -- Madison Freight Depot -- Madison, OH
Lawrence County -- Ironton Russell Bridge -- Ironton, OH
Lorain County -- Sammel Lyon House -- Columbia Station, OH
Montgomery County -- Dayton Arcade -- Dayton, OH
Montgomery County -- Dayton Daily News Building -- Dayton, OH
Montgomery County -- Gem City Ice Cream Building -- Dayton, OH
Muskingum County -- Muskingum University Manse -- New Concord, OH
Stark County -- Correll House -- North Canton, OH
Stark County -- McDowell Farmhouse -- North Canton, OH
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