York, ME Photos

York, settled 1624, is one of Maine's oldest villages. Several of the heritage buildings have been preserved & are open to the public.

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First Parish Church was the fourth building of this parish founded in 1635. The building was turned & updated in. York, ME.Spire & clock of First Parish Church. York, ME.York Town Hall & First Parish Church. York, ME.Old Goal which served as Maine's jail up to the American Revolution with a gambrel roof added in the 1800s. York, ME.
First Parish Church (1747) was the fourth building of this parish founded in 1635. The building was turned & updated in (1882). York, ME.Spire & clock of First Parish Church. York, ME.York Town Hall (1832 & 73) & First Parish Church. York, ME.Old Goal (1719) which served as Maine's jail up to the American Revolution with a gambrel roof added in the 1800s. York, ME. On National Register.
Old Goal which retains not only cells but also the jailer's family living quarters. York, ME.Emerson-Wilcox house still under a 999 year lease with annual rent of 16 shillings. York, ME.Jefferds' Tavern was moved to York in 1939. York, ME.School building. York, ME.
Old Goal which retains not only cells but also the jailer's family living quarters. York, ME.Emerson-Wilcox house (1740 + 1760 + 1820) still under a 999 year lease with annual rent of 16 shillings. York, ME.Jefferds' Tavern (1754) was moved to York in 1939. York, ME.School building (early 18th C). York, ME.
Wooden church now the village market. York, ME.


Wooden church now the village market. York, ME.



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