Vermont - Waitsfield

Waitsfield, VT

All photos are along VT Route 100/Main Street.

The little red barn is almost less historic than the newer building behind it. The Waitsfield-Fayston Telephone Company was founded in 1904 and is notable for having survived until today as a tiny local company (although a little less local and tiny now, as Champlain Valley Telecom) in the face of major competitors.

The 1840 Waitsfield House is at the southeast corner of Bridge Street/Farr Lane.

The 1831 Masonic lodge (not originally a lodge), partially rebuilt in 1845 after a fire, is at the northwest corner.

The 1913 Joslin Memorial Library is at the northeast corner.

Continuing north to the obscured United Church of Christ.

This house claims to date to 1834.

See more along Route 100

1833 Village Covered Bridge
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