Beverly, MA Town Photos

The town of Beverly, MA hosts some heritage streetscapes worth a visit for those visiting Salem, MA across a bridge. Beverly and Salem have a seaport history which is closely linked.

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First Baptist Church. Beverly, MA.Tombstone with deathead in Beverly First Baptist Church graveyard. Beverly, MA.Tombstone with deathead in Beverly First Baptist Church graveyard. Beverly, MA.Tombstone with deathead in Beverly First Baptist Church graveyard. Beverly, MA.
First Baptist Church (1869) (221 Cabot St.). Beverly, MA.Tombstone with deathead (1750) in Beverly First Baptist Church graveyard. Beverly, MA.Tombstone with deathead (1750) in Beverly First Baptist Church graveyard. Beverly, MA.Tombstone with deathead (1747) in Beverly First Baptist Church graveyard. Beverly, MA.
Beverly Civil War monument. Beverly, MA.Streetscape of red house with hip roof. Beverly, MA.Victorian building. Beverly, MA.First Church of Christ Scientist. Beverly, MA.
Beverly Civil War monument. Beverly, MA.Streetscape of red house with hip roof. Beverly, MA.Victorian building (8 Thorndike St.). Beverly, MA.First Church of Christ Scientist (19 Hale St.). Beverly, MA.
Beverly I.O.O.F. Lodge. Beverly, MA.Queen Anne house on Broadway. Beverly, MA.John Cabot House a museum run by Beverly Historical Society. Beverly, MA.Rev. John Hale Farm museum house run by Beverly Historical Society. Beverly, MA.
Beverly I.O.O.F. Lodge (1874) (184-192 Cabot St.). Beverly, MA.Queen Anne house on Broadway. Beverly, MA.John Cabot House (1781) (117 Cabot St.) a museum run by Beverly Historical Society. Beverly, MA. Style: Georgian. On National Register. Rev. John Hale Farm museum house (c1694) (39 Hale St.) run by Beverly Historical Society. Beverly, MA. On National Register.
Balch House a house museum run by Beverly Historical Society. Beverly, MA.


Balch House (1679) (448 Cabot St.) a house museum run by Beverly Historical Society. Beverly, MA. On National Register.



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