For the past two weeks, I’ve been sharing doors from the towns of Lexington and Burlington, Massachusetts. As you might expect, I took pictures of more doors than I shared. Accordingly, I have some leftovers to share today.
The door I chose to feature is the West School in Burlington. Originally one of four one-room schools serving the children in Burlington West School was moved to its current location in the 1960s. Ironically, this classis, historic school sits across the street from the modern curved church I included last week. As for the rest of the doors, I have put what I know about these doors in the captions.
This post is part of Norm Frampton’s weekly fun look at doors from around the world. If you want to participate in this fun blogfest, or if you just want to see some wonderful doors, head on up to Norm’s place. I’m not sure if the blue frog is on duty, but there will be an option on Norm’s page to enter the gallery of everyone’s doors.
This is the Cary Memorial Library in Lexington
Main doors of the Cary Memorial Library in Lexington
This church sits on the west side of the Lexington Common.
First Baptist Church of Lexington, MA
This is an extension to the First Baptist Church of Lexington.
First Baptist Church of Lexington.
This house sits directly across the street from the Baptist Church in Lexington. If you look close at the garage (left) you’ll notice sliding barn doors. I like those.
This historic building might have been the original police station. It sits in the parking lot of the existing police station.
West School as rebuilt on a new site along the Burlington Historic Trail.
I don’t know anything about this building other than that it has dentil molding and I like that.
Lexington Historical Society
Lexington, MA Historical Society – these guys certainly have a full plate.
This building sits just off the Lexington Common, near the tavern I featured a couple of weeks ago.
This is across from the southeast corner of the Lexington Common.