Allaire Village

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 / 18 comments
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In last week's post, I showed you the pretty little chapel at Allaire Village, 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!

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

  2. Looks like a wonderful place.

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

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

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

  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

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

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



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