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This steeple at the Bethany Congregational Church has been hit by lightning on numerous occasions but those gargoyles seem to guard it from too much damage. Bees used to be kept here and honey harvested by a minister from another local church. This late Gothic Revival church was built in 1927 by J.William Beal & Sons.
The Wollaston Post Office was bathed in late afternoon light at the end of Tax Day yesterday. It's Friday once again and this is my...
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...