What is historical?
Where I live in northern Arkansas, we are fortunate to have many natural wonders at our doorstep. One of them is a large, managed, forest with streams and a beautiful river. About 15 years ago, one side of the forest was cut off from the other when the bridge over the river was declared unsafe and closed. It has not been replaced because a group interested in historical preservation want it kept for reasons only they understand. Now, after all these years, it will officially come up for consideration to be placed on the National Historical Registration books. That means it will never come down. One side of the forest is cut off from the other denying people the enjoyment of driving, walking, or riding on horseback or ATV through some of the most beautiful country you can imagine. My thinking is that people being able to enjoy the forest is more important than keeping a rusted old bridge just to keep a rusted old bridge. Not everything old is historical.
"Folks is funny critters."
Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too. ~Voltaire