Tag: Restored Historical Town

Posted in Pennsylvania Places

Moravian Tile Works & Fonthill Castle

Photos from 3/13 I drove by this a few times on the way to New Hope and was curious what exactly it was.  After being… read more Moravian Tile Works & Fonthill Castle

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Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson Ruins

Photos from June 2013 Old Brunswick Town predates the American Revolution and was once an important port along the Cape Fear River.  The growing size… read more Brunswick Town and Fort Anderson Ruins

Posted in Pennsylvania

Hopewell Furnace

Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site consists of a restored town from the 18th and 19th centuries, as well as ruins of a blast furnace.  Iron… read more Hopewell Furnace

Posted in Pennsylvania

Eckley Miners’ Village

Much like Walpack or Whitesbog, Eckley Miners’ Village is a restored and lived-in historic village. Eckley began in 1854 and at its peak had a… read more Eckley Miners’ Village

Posted in New England

Shelburne Museum

Lots of pics. Go get some nachos. When one hears the word “museum” they tend to think of large, ugly buildings full of ugly, boring… read more Shelburne Museum

Posted in New Jersey

Olde Stone House Village

This small park is in Sewell in Gloucester County, pretty close to the Pebble Palace. What a brilliant idea. People are always sad to see… read more Olde Stone House Village

Posted in New Jersey

Waterloo Village

History buffs will love this place. Waterloo was a canal town in its heyday. Most of the buildings have been restored, and like many of… read more Waterloo Village

Posted in New Jersey

Double Trouble

Not much to say about this one. I came here originally to get some better pics of the Crabbe Cemetery, but I figured since Allaire,… read more Double Trouble