The ceiling of the Vermont State House is a looker!
Classic railroad station brackets underneath large overhanging, flared eaves. Chester Depot, VT.
I’d love to be traveling home by train this Thanksgiving, but the Vermont to New York trains only run south in the morning. While I love to drive, the train is a great way to travel, too. How are you traveling home, if you are?
Always on the lookout for historic playground equipment.
City Hall in Buffalo, NY
Have you traveled to Buffalo? On my way back from Indianapolis, I drove through Buffalo for the first time and was amazed by the architecture stock, including this breathtaking city hall buidling. I could stare at this building all day. And next time I’m there, I’m taking a tour.
A quiet corner in the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library in Indianapolis where the Rebooting Historic Preservation cast theme party was held during the Preservation Conference. A great party!
Now I want a rooster lamp.
A hinge on the historic Brennan barn in Williston, VT.
Officers’ Row at the Fort Ethan Allen Historic District in Colchester, VT.
This house is actually covered in vinyl, but it’s still striking. Don’t get excited: vinyl siding does not belong on a historic house. Consider this the exception to the rule.
Standing at a train station in Brooklyn. The view from the elevated railroad is fascinating, as you get to view buildings at the cornice and look below to the neighborhood.