I think three repaired the shingles there. Yes, there was scaffolding, so I tried to frame the picture and use this side to minimize the distraction.That is neat. Why does the left edge of the roof look different from the rest? Is it in the process of being repaired? It looks like there is scaffolding on the right side of the house. I love the way these old buildings you are showing us are cared for.
Day 14a: Madison Town Ha
Day 14b: Ossipee Court Hou
Day 15: North Hampton Centennial Hall
Day 16: Pembroke Mill
Catching up on your excellent thread Paul. Great stuff!Day 17 Quincy MA: John Adam's Birthplac
Many of the building I've taken pictures of, especially the town halls/meetinghouses, are still in use. The ones in Quincy were mostly museums or preserved historical sites (other than the fire station in the bucket). Most of the homes I've been shooting have been in use as well. The Wentworth house in Rollingsford was the first museum I saw (other than the Adams' homes).I continue to really enjoy your series. Are most of these buildings still in use or are they mostly "museums"? Especially John Adam's home?
Thanks! I'm mapping out the rest of the alphabet. I have T, U, and W covered. I have one possible candidate for V, but I don't think the town has any historical buildings (left?). Only a stretch for X (I should have use Exeter and picked another town for E). No idea at all for Z. No towns with Z in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts.I truly continue to enjoy your theme for the meme.