INDIANAPOLIS — A baseball stadium in Indianapolis, a grade school in Lowell, a historic district in Bloomington and a railroad depot in Syracuse have been added to a list of the 10 most endangered landmarks in Indiana.

The Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana says all the structures are threatened by neglect or encroachment of new development.

Bush Stadium was built in 1931 and was home to the minor league Indianapolis Indians until 1996. The foundation says the stadium is deteriorating as the city considers whether to demolish it.

The other sites added to the list are the Old Lowell Grade School, Bloomington’s Maple Grove Road Historic District, and the Syracuse Depot.

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