The Historic Village at Allaire

June 18, 2013

The Historic Village at Allaire


In last week's post, I showed you the pretty little chapel at The Historic Village at Allaire, the historic town in Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

 

Workers at the Howell Iron Works lived in this self-contained little village. 

Allaire Village is a peaceful and beautiful little place, and a wonderful day trip for the whole family. 

 

On the weekends there are docents in period costume to tell you all about the village, and you can take a trip on the Pine Creek Railroad!

Welcome to Historic Allaire Village
The Historic Village at Allaire
Millpond at The Historic Village at Allaire
Blacksmith Shop at The Historic Village at Allaire
Bakery at The Historic Village at Allaire
The Historic Village at Allaire
The Historic Village at Allaire
Howell Works Stage Depot
The Historic Village at Allaire

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Comments

  1. Oh, I love a train ride! Choo, choo!,

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  2. Looks like a wonderful place.

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  3. That seems like a place I would really enjoy. The millpond looks so peaceful and serene and I love the stagecoach. Great shots.

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  4. What a charming village. I love historical buildings!

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  5. What a fascinating step back in time - I imagine it would have been both interesting and enjoyable. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. I really enjoyed the cyber trip back in time. I heard the train tooting its horn (wink, wink). Let's do it again sometime soon.
    JM Illinois

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  7. I'll be in the bakery ... :) Lovely place.

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  8. Great photos. I love old places like this.

    Rhonda @Laugh-Quotes.com

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