These buildings are still standing !
Since most people have not the faintest idea what “Steampunk” is, here is the definition form Wikipedia: #1: a style of design and fashion that combines historical elements with anachronistic technological features inspired by science fiction. #2: a genre of science fiction that has a historical setting and typically features steam-powered machinery rather than advanced
My good friend, Ted Roth arranged a short tour for us at this amazing place. The buildings used to house the Winsted Hosiery which at one point was the largest hosiery manufacturer in the state. Now two of the main buildings are occupied by artists and the other two is currently being rebuilt. Among other
Thank to Father Jim Sullivan’s generosity, Ted Roth and myself had the chance to photograph the interior of the Church of the Assumption Ansonia. It is truly one of the most beautiful architectural marvel in this area and my photographs are not even good enough to describe the place.
We (That is Ted Roth, Kathy Radziunas, Rob Doby, Cindy O’Neil and myself) have gone back to Stanley Works, probably the last time. There were already people there, moving, measuring, etc, from various companies that would do the demolition. We visited the building that Ted and myself saw at the very first time we went
Still finding some new buildings to photograph at Stanley Works. This complex is huge, several buildings of different sizes and ages and in different conditions. On of the buildings had a flood many years ago and you can still very much see the signs of it all over the first floor. Most of the floors
My friend, Ted Roth arranged a new visit to Stanley Works for us ( that is him Meredith Hicks Wilcox and myself) . Much of the standing buildings are now slated for demolition starting in July, so we were lucky to have this opportunity. Not much change from the last time we were there 2
It was an unexpected surprise. My friend, Ted Roth and myself were taking pictures at the Mountain View Farm in Falls Village and on the way out we drove by the railroad repair station at the and of Sand hill road in Canaan. Ted suggested to stop by and ask if we can take some