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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

National Hall building, Westport, Connecticut - Photograph

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This is 6 of 6 posts of some photographs that I took during a walk on the Riverwalk in Westport, CT this past week.

This post is actually of photos taken on the street near the Riverwalk.

The first two photographs are of the National Hall building in Westport, Connecticut, "an 1873 three-story Italianate structure," at the intersection of Route 1 and Route 33. Both sides of the bridge over the Saugatuck River are lined with US flags for most/all of the year. (I'm not 100% sure about Winter.) The third photograph is of the backside of the building across the street, which has a matching brick / color scheme.

The National Hall building has been many things over the years.

The first photograph is my entry for the following:

Tuesday's Treasures

2 comments:

Tom said...

What lovely restored building Anne. We have many building of this period here locally and they being brought back to life. Thanks for sharing again this week. I hope to see you back soon.

Arti said...

A very impressive building and an eye-catcher with all these flags