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New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor channel, New London, New London County, CT

New London Ledge Lighthouse, Long Island Sound, East of main harbor ch...

Significance: New London Ledge Lighthouse, built 1906-1909, is a rare example of a turn-of-the-century, water-bound lighthouse with a masonry, domestic design. While most contemporary lighthouses were construc... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 37, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 37, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 37 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and i... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 37, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 37, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 37 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and i... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 37, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 37, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 37 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and i... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of intersection of Park & Elm Streets & approximately 150 feet north of Pine Street, New Canaan, Fairfield County, CT

New Canaan Railroad Station, Approximately 200 feet southwest of inter...

Significance: Built in 1868, the New Caanan Railroad Station is significant as one of the last remaining vestiges of the New Caanan Railroad and is also one of the earliest surviving railroad stations in Connec... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 39 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and is... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 39 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and is... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 39 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and is... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 39, Smith Quadrangle, Washington, District of ...

Significance: Building 39 is a contributing property in the Washington Navy Yard National Historic Landmark. The Washington Navy Yard once served as the center for naval ordnance research and production and is... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blackstone River, Blackstone Canal, & Providence & Worcester Railroad, Ashton, Providence County, RI

Ashton Viaduct, State Route 116 (Washington Highway) spanning Blacksto...

Significance: The Ashton Viaduct is one of the State of Rhode Island's largest engineering projects. It is a fine example of open spandrel design and, as the northern terminus of the Washington Highway, an imp... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT

St. Anne Rectory, 515 South Main Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, ...

Significance: St. Anne Rectory (1895) has architectural significance as an early and well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival style, a popular movement at the turn of the century because of its connotatio... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of Central Vermont Railroad Tracks, Coventry, Tolland County, CT

Depot Road Bridge, On Depot Road spanning Mill Brook, 600 feet west of...

Significance: The Depot Road Bridge is locally and regionally significant as an excellent, increasingly rare example of 19th-century masonry arch construction using uncut stones. It is also an example of the p... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Streets, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Navy Yard, Building No. 33, Northeast corner of Patterson & Kennon Str...

Significance: Building 33 is one of 45 contributing properties within the Washington Navy Yard National historic Landmark District. The Washington Navy Yard is significant for its primary role in the developme... more

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