The Burkeville Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge, carrying Main Poland Road over the South River in Conway, Massachusetts. Probably built in 1870, it is a regionally rare example of a multiple kingrod bridge with iron tensioning verticals (a modified Howe truss system), and one of a few 19th century covered bridges to survive in Massachusetts. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
Not the place to be if your wife has your credit card. So I have been told.
The Old Stone Church, built in 1891 to replace the Baptist Church that burned, is an historic building in West Boylston, Massachusetts. On April 13, 1973, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Motif Number 1, located on Bradley Wharf in the harbor town of Rockport, Massachusetts, is a replica of a former fishing shack well known to students of art and art history as “the most often-painted building in America.” The original structure was built in 1840 and destroyed in the Blizzard of 1978, but an exact replica was constructed that same year.
First Church of Deerfield was established as The Congregational Church of Deerfield, in 1673.