The Columbus Pump House, which is also known as the Columbus Power House, and the Senior Center, was designed by architect Harrison Albright and completed in 1903. In 2016 the building was renovated to become a restaurant for the Upland Brewing Company. The building stands on the banks of the East Fork of the White River at the foot of Second Street in Columbus, IN, Indiana. From 1903 to 1951 it served as the city's water works and pumped water from the river for domestic use; it also produced electricity for the city's street lighting. The city sold the property in 1952 and it was renovated to become Southern Machine Company. With a 1976 renovation it became the home to the "Senior Center", which used the building until 2011 when that group relocated into the newly built Mill Race Center. It is currently being renovated into a brewpub by Upland Brewing Company.
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Columbus Pump House
- Fri, Sat: 11:00 am - 1:00 am
- Sun - Thu: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
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