Category Archives: Lexington

Veterans Day 2010

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Veterans Day 2010 parade and ceremonies in Lexington:

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Battle on Lexington Green

Battle on Lexington Green

Click photo to see the gallery (26 photos). The American Revolution began with the Battle on Lexington Green, on April 19, 1775. Each year, this battle is re-enacted on Patriots’ Day. Yesterday (April 1, 2007) was the dress rehearsal for this year’s re-enactment.

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Cold Climb

Cold Climb
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Deep Freeze

Deep Freeze
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Snow Ladder

Snow Ladder
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JasmineSola

JasmineSola
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For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

The Lexington Flick.

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Down the street from BGI

Down the street from BGI

Down the street from the Battle Green Inn.

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Battle Green Inn #2

Battle Green Inn #2

Another shot of the neon sign at the Battle Green Inn (see also).

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Battle Green Inn

Battle Green Inn

The Battle Green Inn, in Lexington center, will be torn down soon to make way for some condos. Few will miss it, but it does provide one of the few interesting neon signs in Lexington.

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Shoes

Shoes

Examining the display at Michelson’s Shoes.

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Waltham St

Waltham St
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Mass Ave & Waltham St

Mass Ave & Waltham St
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Looking East.

Looking East.

Looking East on Mass Ave.

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Depot Square

Depot Square

The Depot Building in Lexington was the train station for passenger trains that traveled between Boston and Bedford. The train tracks have been replaced by a wonderful bike path, and the Depot Building is now the home of the Lexington Historical Society. Merry Christmas.

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Looking West

Looking West

On Mass Ave.

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Benches

Benches
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Crosswalks

Crosswalks
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Nightlight

Nightlight

A rainy fall day provided a lot of interesting photography opportunities in Lexington center.

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Michelson’s Shoe Store

Michelson's Shoe Store

Michelson’s Shoes has long been a favorite merchant in Lexington Center.

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Barely there

Barely there

Looking across Mass Ave to CVS in Lexington Center.

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Bricks

Bricks

Lexington center, on Mass Ave.

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Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park in Lexington has a nice playground for small children, surrounded by soccer fields.

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Buckman Tavern

Buckman Tavern

Not only was this a busy tavern in Lexington in the 1700’s (John Buckman, proprietor), but it also served as Minuteman headquarters in 1775.

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Patriots Day 2004

Patriots Day 2004

On this date 229 years ago, the American Revolution began. “Oh, what a glorious morning is this!” — Samuel Adams. 2003 scenes.

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