New London Town & Architecture Photos

New London, CT hosts a number of heritage buildings including the Union Station by Henry Hobson Richardson and the Custom House by Robert Mills.

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Skyline of New London. New London, CT.Skyline of New London. New London, CT.Skyline of New London. New London, CT.New London Union Station. New London, CT.
Skyline of New London. New London, CT.Skyline of New London. New London, CT.Skyline of New London. New London, CT.New London Union Station (1885). New London, CT. Architect: Henry Hobson Richardson. On National Register.
Whale tail statue opposite New London Union Station. New London, CT.Whale tail fountain opposite New London Union Station. New London, CT.New London Union Station. New London, CT.Richardsonian Romanesque arch of New London Union Station. New London, CT.
Whale tail statue (2010) opposite New London Union Station. New London, CT.Whale tail fountain opposite New London Union Station. New London, CT.New London Union Station (1885). New London, CT. Architect: Henry Hobson Richardson.Richardsonian Romanesque arch of New London Union Station. New London, CT.
New London Union Station flowers. New London, CT.New London Union Station modern window. New London, CT.Amtrak train at New London Union Station. New London, CT.Amtrak train at New London Union Station. New London, CT.
New London Union Station flowers. New London, CT.New London Union Station modern window. New London, CT.Amtrak train at New London Union Station. New London, CT.Amtrak train at New London Union Station. New London, CT.
Amtrak Acela train at Amistad's Landing. New London, CT.Skyline of New London. New London, CT.Interstate highway & rail bridge over Thames River as seen from Groton. Groton, CT.Interstate highway & rail lift bridge over Thames River as seen from Groton. Groton, CT.
Amtrak Acela train at Amistad's Landing. New London, CT.Skyline of New London. New London, CT.Interstate highway & rail bridge over Thames River as seen from Groton. Groton, CT.Interstate highway & rail lift bridge over Thames River as seen from Groton. Groton, CT.
Interstate highway & rail lift bridge over Thames River as seen from Groton. Groton, CT.Details of Interstate highway & rail bridge over Thames River with Submarine naval yard beyond. Groton, CT.New London Civil War Memorial before New London Union Station. New London, CT.Peace statue atop New London Civil War Memorial. New London, CT.
Interstate highway & rail lift bridge over Thames River as seen from Groton. Groton, CT.Details of Interstate highway & rail bridge over Thames River with Submarine naval yard beyond. Groton, CT.New London Civil War Memorial (1896) before New London Union Station. New London, CT.Peace statue atop New London Civil War Memorial. New London, CT.
Sailor statue on New London Civil War Memorial. New London, CT.Nathan Hale Schoolhouse in which Revolutionary spy taught. New London, CT.Two Union Plaza near Union Station. New London, CT.Victorian buildings along Bank St. off Union Plaza. New London, CT.
Sailor statue on New London Civil War Memorial. New London, CT.Nathan Hale Schoolhouse (1774-5) (20 State St. moved from original location) in which Revolutionary spy taught. New London, CT.Two Union Plaza (1968) near Union Station. New London, CT.Victorian buildings along Bank St. off Union Plaza. New London, CT.
Mural on Captain Giles Harris home which had grocery store on ground floor. New London, CT.Captain Giles Harris home which had grocery store on ground floor now displays mural. New London, CT.Bank Street heritage with Romanesque Revival commercial block. New London, CT.Tiled commercial building. New London, CT.
Mural on Captain Giles Harris home (1844) which had grocery store on ground floor. New London, CT.Captain Giles Harris home (1844) which had grocery store on ground floor now displays mural. New London, CT.Bank Street heritage with Romanesque Revival commercial block (1860) (90-94 Bank St.). New London, CT.Tiled commercial building (123 Bank St.). New London, CT.
Spirit of Progress tile mural on former Montgomery Ward building. New London, CT.Charles Bulkeley House. New London, CT.Heritage commercial building. New London, CT.Streetscape with former New London U.S. Custom House. New London, CT.
Spirit of Progress tile mural on former Montgomery Ward building. New London, CT.Charles Bulkeley House (c1790) (111 Bank St.). New London, CT.Heritage commercial building (140 Bank St.). New London, CT.Streetscape with former New London U.S. Custom House. New London, CT.
U.S. Custom House. New London, CT.Cronin Building. New London, CT.Streetscape along Eugene O'Neill Dr. New London, CT.Harris Place. New London, CT.
U.S. Custom House (1833) (now New London Maritime Museum). New London, CT. Architect: Robert Mills. Cronin Building (1892) (80 State St.). New London, CT.Streetscape along Eugene O'Neill Dr. New London, CT.Harris Place (1885) (165 State St.). New London, CT. Style: Romanesque Revival. Architect: Leopold Eidlitz.
New London Municipal Building exterior transformed early 1900s by James Sweeney over structure. New London, CT.New London Municipal Building & First Congregational Church on Union St. New London, CT.New London First Congregational Church. New London, CT.The Mohican by Henry J. Hardenbergh & Manwaring Building. New London, CT.
New London Municipal Building exterior transformed early 1900s by James Sweeney over (1856) structure. New London, CT.New London Municipal Building & First Congregational Church on Union St. New London, CT.New London First Congregational Church (1850) (66 Union St.). New London, CT. Architect: Leopold Eidlitz.The Mohican (1896) (281 State St.) (11 floors) by Henry J. Hardenbergh & Manwaring Building (1913) (225-37 State St.). New London, CT.
Heritage building on Union St. at State St. with plaque marking site of school house where Nathan Hale taught. New London, CT.Plaque on Union at State Sts. where school house in which Nathan Hale taught prior to departure to Revolutionary War. New London, CT.Crocker House. New London, CT.Whale Oil Row. New London, CT.
Heritage building on Union St. at State St. with plaque marking site of school house where Nathan Hale taught (1774-5). New London, CT.Plaque on Union at State Sts. where school house in which Nathan Hale taught (1774-5) prior to departure to Revolutionary War. New London, CT.Crocker House (1873) (36 Union St.). New London, CT.Whale Oil Row (c1850s) (115-111 Huntington St.). New London, CT. Style: Greek Revival.
Whale Oil Row. New London, CT.Three Whale Oil Row. New London, CT.Golden Street Streetscape. New London, CT.James P. Shea Building. New London, CT.
Whale Oil Row (111 Huntington St.). New London, CT.Three Whale Oil Row (115 Huntington St.). New London, CT.Golden Street Streetscape. New London, CT.James P. Shea Building (31 Golden St.). New London, CT.
Mural of deep sea divers. New London, CT.One Place Many Cultures mural. New London, CT.Musical performers mural. New London, CT.Wooden gables of Joshua Hempstead House. New London, CT.
Mural of deep sea divers. New London, CT.One Place Many Cultures mural. New London, CT.Musical performers mural. New London, CT.Wooden gables of Joshua Hempstead House. New London, CT.
Nathaniel Hempstead House museum run by Connecticut Landmarks. New London, CT.Captain Nathaniel Shaw Mansion now New London County Historical Society. New London, CT.Monte Cristo Cottage boyhood home of Eugene O'Neill. New London, CT.Egyptian revival details of Fort Trumbull. New London, CT.
Nathaniel Hempstead House (1759) museum run by Connecticut Landmarks. New London, CT. Captain Nathaniel Shaw Mansion (1756) now New London County Historical Society. New London, CT. Monte Cristo Cottage (1840) (325 Pequot Ave.) boyhood home of Eugene O'Neill. New London, CT. On National Register. Egyptian revival details of Fort Trumbull. New London, CT.
Portico of Lyman Allyn Art Museum. New London, CT.U.S. Coast Guard Museum. New London, CT.

Portico of Lyman Allyn Art Museum. New London, CT. U.S. Coast Guard Museum. New London, CT.


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