Massachusetts - Webster


All photos are from Main Street, MA Route 12.

Starting at the 1878 Eddy Block, one of the oldest buildings still in use in Webster. The building to its north seems to have been vacant for awhile.

The 1905 Cook and Racicot buildings. The Cook Building was once a Woolworth's. The Racicot Building once advertised... Coke?

Nearing the end of the designated historic district.

On the west side of Main Street up by Town Hall.

Town Hall is on the east side.

Even this 1875 clock tower is along Route 12 even though it isn't. See, this photo is from 2011, when it was still along MA Route 16 east of town in its original location at the former Cranston (née Sprague) Print Works. But if you go there now, you won't find a trace of the old complex, which was completely destroyed for redevelopment... except the tower. The tower was moved to become a monument at the corner of Routes 12 and 16, which is entirely appropriate for such a symbolic building. Click for a closeup in its original habitat.

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