Station No. 3, Mansfield Avenue, Burlington, VT, constructed 1895. #presinpink

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East Wallingford RR Section House, one of the last known in the state. #presinpink

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Elias Lyman Coal Company office building,1902, College Street, Burlington, VT. It has taken years to snap a photograph of this adorable building without cars blocking the view! It is one of my favorites. #presinpink

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Saturday adventures: touring playgrounds. My toddler is the perfect playground research assistant; now if only she could read patents! #presinpink

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The Barge Canal (seen here looking to the rail yard) in Burlington, VT was constructed in 1869 for the lumber industry. Over 100 years of industry followed, polluting the waterway. Declared an EPA Superfund site in 1983, it has since been capped. #presinpink

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Another Friday, another playground!This jungle gym is barely visible on the side of a dirt road in Goshen. Across the road is a former ca. 1860 one-room schoolhouse. Check out the blog for more photos of this playground piece. (Link in profile.)

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