Waterbury, CT Town Photos

Waterbury, CT boasts a range of heritage architecture including structures by Cass Gilbert and McKim, Mead and White.

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Mattatuck Museum on Waterbury Square with Civil War Memorial. Waterbury, CT.Mattatuck Museum occupies former Masonic Temple & new building. Waterbury, CT.Pelli Clarke Pelli addition to Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.The Hitchcock & Masonic Temple buildings at Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.
Mattatuck Museum on Waterbury Square with Civil War Memorial. Waterbury, CT.Mattatuck Museum (144 W Main St.) occupies former Masonic Temple (1912-14) & new building (1986). Waterbury, CT. Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli. Pelli Clarke Pelli addition to Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT. The Hitchcock & Masonic Temple buildings at Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.
Entrance lobby at Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.Civil War Memorial & St. John's Parish Church. Waterbury, CT.St. John's Parish Church. Waterbury, CT.Waterbury, CT Soldiers Monument by George E. Bissell. Waterbury, CT.
Entrance lobby at Mattatuck Museum. Waterbury, CT.Civil War Memorial & St. John's Parish Church. Waterbury, CT.St. John's Parish Church (1870) (on town Green). Waterbury, CT. Style: Gothic Revival.Waterbury, CT Soldiers Monument (1884) (on town Green) by George E. Bissell. Waterbury, CT.
Victory atop Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Base of Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Statue of fighting farmer on Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Statue of emancipation on Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.
Victory atop Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Base of Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Statue of fighting farmer on Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Statue of emancipation on Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.
Overview of Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Statue of fighting factory worker on Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Frieze showing Hampton Roads naval battle of March 9, 1862 Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Bronze lampstand supported by sculpted canon & four rifles at Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.
Overview of Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Statue of fighting factory worker on Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Frieze showing Hampton Roads naval battle of March 9, 1862 Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.Bronze lampstand supported by sculpted canon & four rifles at Waterbury Soldiers Monument. Waterbury, CT.
Clock on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.Welton horse drinking fountain by Karl Gerhardt on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.YMCA building on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.Immaculate Conception Church on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.
Clock (1915) on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.Welton horse drinking fountain (1888) by Karl Gerhardt on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.YMCA building (1924) on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT. Style: Georgian Revival.Immaculate Conception Church (1928) on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT. Style: Baroque Revival.
Baroque Revival facade of Immaculate Conception Church. Waterbury, CT.Former Elton Hotel by Wilbert E. Griggs on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT.Odd Fellows Hall. Waterbury, CT.Waterbury streetscape. Waterbury, CT.
Baroque Revival facade of Immaculate Conception Church. Waterbury, CT.Former Elton Hotel (1904) by Wilbert E. Griggs on Waterbury Green. Waterbury, CT. Style: Renaissance Revival. On National Register.Odd Fellows Hall (1893) (36 North Main St. on Waterbury Green). Waterbury, CT. Style: Venetian Gothic. Architect: Wilfred Griggs.Waterbury streetscape. Waterbury, CT.
Apothecaries' Hall on Exchange Place. Waterbury, CT.Howland-Hughes Company Building Waterbury's first department store. Waterbury, CT.U.S. Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco entrance of Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.
Apothecaries' Hall (1894) (63 Bank St.)on Exchange Place. Waterbury, CT. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: Theodore Peck.Howland-Hughes Company Building (c1903) (114-138 Bank St.) Waterbury's first department store. Waterbury, CT. Style: Renaissance Revival. Architect: Griggs & Hunt.U.S. Post Office (1931) (Grand St.). Waterbury, CT. Style: Art Deco. Architect: George Totten.Art Deco entrance of Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.
Art Deco frieze of carrier pigeons over sun on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of native runner delivering message on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of pony rider delivering mail bag on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of earliest railroad train on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.
Art Deco frieze of carrier pigeons over sun on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of native runner delivering message on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of pony rider delivering mail bag on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of earliest railroad train on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.
Art Deco frieze of paddle wheel steamship on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of 1930s steam train on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of mail biplane of Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Grand St. heritage streetscape. Waterbury, CT.
Art Deco frieze of paddle wheel steamship on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of 1930s steam train on Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Art Deco frieze of mail biplane of Waterbury Post Office. Waterbury, CT.Grand St. heritage streetscape. Waterbury, CT.
Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.Tower atop Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.Staircase in Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.Christopher Columbus statue at Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.
Waterbury City Hall (1915) (Grand St.). Waterbury, CT. Architect: Cass Gilbert. On National Register.Tower atop Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.Staircase in Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.Christopher Columbus statue at Waterbury City Hall. Waterbury, CT.
Chase Brass building. Waterbury, CT.Facade of Chase Brass building. Waterbury, CT.Waterbury Public Library. Waterbury, CT.Benjamin Franklin statue by Paul Wayland Bartlett at Waterbury Public Library. Waterbury, CT.
Chase Brass building (1916-22) (Grand St.). Waterbury, CT. Architect: Cass Gilbert.Facade of Chase Brass building. Waterbury, CT.Waterbury Public Library (1963) (Grand St.). Waterbury, CT.Benjamin Franklin statue (1918) by Paul Wayland Bartlett at Waterbury Public Library. Waterbury, CT.
State of Connecticut Superior Court & Telephone Building. Waterbury, CT.Telephone Building. Waterbury, CT.State of Connecticut Superior Court. Waterbury, CT.Sculpture on facade of State of Connecticut Superior Court. Waterbury, CT.
State of Connecticut Superior Court & Telephone Building. Waterbury, CT.Telephone Building (1930) (348 Grand St.). Waterbury, CT. Style: Georgian Revival & Art Deco.State of Connecticut Superior Court (2999) (Grand St.). Waterbury, CT. Architect: JCJ Architecture.Sculpture on facade of State of Connecticut Superior Court. Waterbury, CT.
Curved American Brass Company Building now part of State of Connecticut Superior Court. Waterbury, CT.Curved brick facade of American Brass Company Building. Waterbury, CT.American Brass Company Building. Waterbury, CT.Waterbury Union Station clock tower modeled on Torre del Mangia of Siena, Italy. Waterbury, CT.
Curved American Brass Company Building now part of State of Connecticut Superior Court. Waterbury, CT.Curved brick facade of American Brass Company Building. Waterbury, CT.American Brass Company Building (1913) (414-436 Meadow St.). Waterbury, CT. Style: Renaissance Revival.Waterbury Union Station clock tower (1908) (240-foot / 73 m) modeled on Torre del Mangia of Siena, Italy. Waterbury, CT.
Waterbury Union Station. Waterbury, CT.Entrance facade of Waterbury Union Station, now Republican-American newspaper building. Waterbury, CT.Facade brickwork details of Waterbury Union Station. Waterbury, CT.Heritage houses in Waterbury. Waterbury, CT.
Waterbury Union Station (1908). Waterbury, CT. Architect: McKim, Mead & White.Entrance facade of Waterbury Union Station, now Republican-American newspaper building. Waterbury, CT.Facade brickwork details of Waterbury Union Station. Waterbury, CT.Heritage houses in Waterbury. Waterbury, CT.

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