Friday, November 11, 2016

Allaire State Park

More from Allaire...

The Howell Works Blacksmith Shop






Carpenter Shop



Howell Works Co. Stage Depot

The General Store

The General Store



November 6, 2016

18 comments:

  1. Uma bela reportagem com fotografias fantásticas.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa

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  2. Oh I'm thrilled you've shared more photos from your visit here! It is so beautiful there with all the old businesses and buildings and costumed people!
    I'm going to put this on my 'must visit' places for our next trip to the East Coast!
    Have a lovely weekend!

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  3. I love the perspective of the sign in your first shot. This looks like a great place to roam around with a camera. The general store and photo of the girls with the different colored dresses really caught my eye!

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  4. such neat old buildings. loved the bellows and the huge cast iron pots in the smithy shop.

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  5. I like the outside of the carpenter shop and that tree by the stage depot! The general store is impressive!

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  6. Love these, Debbie
    So many things to peruse; I know you must have had a wonderful day! :)

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  7. Oh Debbie, what a fabulous place to visit! Thank you for taking us along on the journey through your amazing photos.

    Happy weekend! Hugs!

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  8. Dear Debbie!
    I love your wonderful photos.
    I watch them with great pleasure.
    I love the minders.
    Kisses and greetings.
    Lucja

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  9. Gorgeous photos! Love the cavernous blacksmith building!

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  10. Oh, so interesting!! My grand-grand-father was a blacksmith =)

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  11. Lovely to see all your photo's here.
    The general store looks a very large building to me ...

    All the best Jan

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  12. Looks like a beautiful fall day to enjoy the park. I love watching the guys work, so glad the old ways are not totally lost. Great pics capturing the all the buildings!

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  13. What a neat place, Debbie!
    I just love the blacksmith shop.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    xo.

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  14. Another fanciating place to share with all of us! I loved each of the shops and all the photos of this era. I would love to see this area sometime. It is somewhat similar to Nauvoo, Illinois where our church has refurbished the building there and they are part of a church history tour. There are Blacksmith, bakeries, church buildings, school, hotels and etc. It is a very fun place to visit. Blessings and hugs~

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