The State Line Generating Plant

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Architectural Style: Art Deco

Architect: Graham, Anderson, Probst & White

Year Built: 1929

Status: Demolished

The State Line Generating Plant was a coal-fired electrical generating station that operated from 1929 until 2012. It was located on the coast of Lake Michigan, bordering the state line separating Indiana from Illinois but within the corporate limits of Hammond, Indiana. As of 2008–09, it had a year-round capacity of 515 megawatts.


Posted: August 11, 2022


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