Congratulations to Bath, Maine for winning the 2012 Great American Main Street Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation. From the Bangor Daily News: The city of Bath added… Read more »
Northern New England nearly lost another landmark when an electrical fire started in the historic Thayers Inn in Littleton, New Hampshire. According to the Union Leader: An electrical fire caused… Read more »
For those who follow our “Demolition Alert” series, you know that Dollar General and Family Dollar have been on a demolition spree, especially in New Hampshire. Now we know why…. Read more »
Well, we might as well continue our Exeter theme with this fascinating look at Exeter, New Hampshire as it existed in the 1940s. Hat tip to Exeter Patch.
You read that right . . . own your very own Maine lighthouse. More specifically, the Moose Peak Light Station which is located at the eastern point of Mistake Island in Washington… Read more »
How many have ever seen a panoramic picture of your town showing every detail of life in painstaking detail . . . as it existed over 100 years ago? We… Read more »
Here is a very cool slideshow presentation of downtown Brattleboro, Vermont showing what was and now what is . . . from the Brattleboro Reformer.
photo credit: Roebot The Portland Press Herald has several stories today about various efforts to photographically archive the architectural history of Portland, Maine. The first story we can relate to since it… Read more »
The Union Leader reports on the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance’s 2011 “Seven to Save”: — Balsams Grand Resort Hotel. Located in Dixville Notch, the property is for sale but deals… Read more »
Fortunately, it’s not all bad news when it comes to saving Northern New England’s historic architecture. The Sun Journal reports that the Gingerbread house in Norway, Maine has nearly completed… Read more »