Springfield, MA Photos

Springfield in western Massachusetts grew to prominence as a manufacturing center for blunderbusses & then the rifles used in the Civil War. The cities former wealth is reflected in Court Square which boasts a Campanile, matching city & performance halls & other heritage architecture.

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Campanile Tower. Springfield, MA.Campanile Tower. Springfield, MA.Symphony Hall, a twin of the City Hall. Springfield, MA.Springfield City Hall. Springfield, MA.
Campanile Tower (1913) (91m 300ft). Springfield, MA. Architect: Pell & Corbett.Campanile Tower. Springfield, MA.Symphony Hall, a twin of the City Hall. Springfield, MA. Style: Greek Revival.Springfield City Hall. Springfield, MA. Style: Greek Revival. Architect: Charles Edward Parker.
Old First Church. Springfield, MA.Facade of Old First Church. Springfield, MA.County courthouse. Springfield, MA.Bronze lamp at County courthouse. Springfield, MA.
Old First Church (1819 & 1860). Springfield, MA. Architect: Isaac Damon. On National Register.Facade of Old First Church. Springfield, MA.County courthouse. Springfield, MA.Bronze lamp at County courthouse. Springfield, MA.
Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.Detail of Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.Statue of Pilgrim with blunderbuss before Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.
Court Square Building (1900). Springfield, MA. Style: Victorian Romanesque. Architect: F.S. Newman.Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.Detail of Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.Statue of Pilgrim with blunderbuss before Court Square Building. Springfield, MA.
Statue of Pilgrim with blunderbuss & hoe on town square. Springfield, MA.James Byers Block merchants building oldest in town. Springfield, MA.Victorian Romanesque building on corner of Court Square. Springfield, MA.Victorian Romanesque building's cone shaped tower & Springfield's Civil War monument. Springfield, MA.
Statue of Pilgrim with blunderbuss & hoe on town square. Springfield, MA.James Byers Block merchants building (c1800) oldest in town. Springfield, MA. On National Register.Victorian Romanesque building on corner of Court Square. Springfield, MA.Victorian Romanesque building's cone shaped tower & Springfield's Civil War monument. Springfield, MA.
Main Street of Springfield. Springfield, MA.


Main Street of Springfield. Springfield, MA.



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