#observatoryfriday from @elvisandmootan the tiniest tourists. ・・・
Another stunning view of downtown Portland #portlandobservatory #portlandmaine
By chance ended up at a Preservation Awards winner tonight. Here is the @thepresshotel accepting the award and walking the talk with Landmarks' books to read at their lounge along with vintage typewriters
Neighborhood tours at our Preservation Awards and Annual Meeting at the Maine Irish Heritage Center
#thisplacematters #historic #preservation #irish #heritage
#observatoryfriday from @themainepostcardproject a post card with some real architectural highlights and a busy travel schedule!
Great #Portland #Maine #postcard; observatory @portlandlandmarks ; library @theviaagency ; Union station (no longer standing). 'Dear Cousin, We arrived safely on the North Star steamer. We expect to go to Mount Washington Monday- and then to Boston for a day or two. Have enjoyed a fine trip so far. Sincerely, C.B.' 💌
Three Queen Annes and a Greek Revival walk into a bar...
#sunrise #historicpreservation #thisplacematters #archie_oligie #portlandmaine #queenanne #greekrevival
The William Hammond Heirs building was originally an Italianate residence built in 1857. Francis Fassett and his Jr. Partner, John Calvin Stevens, modernized the building in 1880 to become a storefront with residences above. Home to Yes Books @vinlandmaine @fleaforall #thisplacematters #portlandmaine #portlandme #historicdistrict #congressstreet
The Maine Narrow Gauge Museum @mngrrmuseum tells stories of how this unique transportation changed residents' and tourists' access to Maine. The train ride along the shore isn't bad either.
#observatoryfriday from @broadturn_farm
How charming is it to see the #portlandobservatory peeking through these beautiful flowers on the top of the @thepresshotel
#thisplacematters #portlandmaine #portlandme For a fun little wedding.... A collaboration with the talented @afamilyaffairmaine and, to the @thepresshotel thanks for having us!
50 years ago in March, 1966, the Grand Trunk Railroad depot was demolished. What remains is being restored by Gorham Savings Bank.
Visiting Portsmouth. Eyeing the Moffatt-Ladd house, Georgian mansion.