Springfield, IL Heritage Buildings Photos

While Springfield hosts the old & new state capitols, plus a number of buildings connected with Abraham Lincoln, there are several other heritage buildings of note.

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Victorian buildings along South 6th Street near Old State Capitol. Springfield, IL.Heritage buildings opposite Old State Capitol. Springfield, IL.Governor's Mansion. Springfield, IL.Long view of Illinois State Capitol from east. Springfield, IL.
Victorian buildings along South 6th Street near Old State Capitol. Springfield, IL.Heritage buildings opposite Old State Capitol. Springfield, IL.Governor's Mansion. Springfield, IL.Long view of Illinois State Capitol from east. Springfield, IL.
Old State House as seen from Lincoln's law office window. Springfield, IL.Abraham Lincoln's house run by National Park Service. Springfield, IL.Lincoln-Herndon law offices in building originally built as department store & post office. Springfield, IL.Great Western Railroad Depot where Lincoln made farewell speech before going to Washington to become President. Springfield, IL.
Old State House as seen from Lincoln's law office window. Springfield, IL. Abraham Lincoln's house (1844) (on Eighth St.) run by National Park Service. Springfield, IL. Lincoln-Herndon law offices in building originally built as department store & post office (1840). Springfield, IL. Great Western Railroad Depot where Lincoln made farewell speech (Feb. 11,1861) before going to Washington to become President. Springfield, IL.
Dana Thomas house arched front door. Springfield, IL.


Dana Thomas house arched front door. Springfield, IL.



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