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Walls like this are very common around Quincy and have maintained their integrity for over a century. The angled pieces on top certainly discourages any wall sitters. Most of the stone walls are not of the dry variety but have mortar holding them together like the second picture taken at the Fuller residence.
I like the granite markers used to mark the property line in the last picture. It's a great place to stack a few cords of wood . . . and from all predictions they'll be needing quite a few cords this winter.
Today, firefighters from Quincy and many surrounding towns help to fight a 5-alarm fire on Newport Ave., across from the Wollaston train s...
I have enjoyed looking at this red house at 15 Blake Street near Wollaston Center for quite some time. Built in 1894, the shiny red shingle...
The Church of Presidents is the backdrop for Quincy Symphony Orchestra and Quincy Choral Society as they perform at the dedication of Quin...
Quincy Center T garage is being demolished one floor at a time. This view is taken from an empty Burgin Parkway looking south.