Vermont - Guildhall


The town of Guildhall, pronounced with a silent 'd', has not changed much since the 19th century, except to remove horses from the carriages. Oh, and the decorative fountain no longer founts.

Historic downtown buildings - you saw the church and court house next to each other previously, and then you have what was either an estate or a schoolhouse and a general store, still active as such. Route 102 turns around the corner of the town square and heads quickly out on either side - there's not much more than you see here.

Looking south along the Connecticut River, basically standing on the NH border on the bridge across the Connecticut River. The remains of a former mill dam bracket the river.

And looking north.

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