[10 on Tuesday] Restore vs. Rehabilitate: Which is Right for Your Historic House?
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Historic home, these gingerbread days are gone, but interesting history. Fine the article on restore or remodel your historic house.
Old wooden house - Construcción de estilo hecha de madera en Estados Unidos para restaurar
LINK to Article ~ Restore vs. Rehabilitate: Which is Right for Your Historic House?
13c 818 S Bonnie Brae St
[10 on Tuesday] How to Keep a Renovation/Rehabilitation Project from Breaking the Bank
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Shelburne Farms | Shelburne, VT. Roofline detail on the Farm Barn built (1888-90) for Dr. Seward and Mrs. Lila Vanderbilt Webb.
Shelburne Farms Barn
[10 on Tuesday] How to Save Your Older or Historic Barn
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Wagon wheel fence outside barn. Credit: Joe Dsilva, Flickr - Link to National Trust for Historic Preservation article - Saving Older or Historic Barns
[10 on Tuesday] How to Save Your Older or Historic Barn - PreservationNation Blog
[10 on Tuesday] How to Save Your Older or Historic Barn (Have a wedding in it!)
travelthisworld: Wagon Wheel Fence in Lewiston, Washington State, USA
Wagon Wheel Fence in Lewiston, Washington State, USA
Barn Preservation. I love the wheel fence! Coolio
Wagon wheel fence by Joe Dsilva, via Flickr
Wagon Wheel Fence, Washington State
10 Ways to Weatherize Your Historic Home
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[10 on Tuesday] Our 10 Most Popular Preservation Toolkits (to date)
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10 Most Popular Preservation Toolkits
CULPEPER, VA. -a National Trust 2012 Great American Main Street, is home to some great wineries and dining venues.
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22 Virginia small towns you're going to love
Best small towns to visit in Virginia
22 Best Small Towns in Virginia
Small towns to visit in VA.
[10 on Tuesday] How to Preserve Historic Bridges
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Preserve Historic Bridges
[10 on Tuesday] 10 Tips for Introducing the Public to Preservation
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10 Tips for Introducing the Public to Preservation. Getting the general public involved with their local heritage is one of the most important ways to preserve.
10 Tips for Introducing the Public to Preservation
[10 on Tuesday] 10 Ways to Get Kids Excited About Preservation #tips
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Great ideas to get the younger generation interested in the past. [10 on Tuesday] 10 Ways to Get Kids Excited About Preservation
10 Ways to Get Kids Excited About Preservation
[10 on Tuesday] 10 Things You Should Know About Retrofitting Historic Windows #tips
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With more smart window technologies in constant development, the future is bright, and the way we think about home energy efficiency could definitely change.
Get ready for smart window technology...
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There are tons of informative, fascinating, and practical books out there on historic preservation and its connection to our cities, neighborhoods, and lives. We have a handful of suggestions below to get you started or add to your list. http://blog.preservationnation.org/2014/01/14/10-tuesday-10-preservation-books #books #preservation
[10 on Tuesday] Ten (More) Essential Preservation Books
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Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle | Just look at this place! We’d spend any rainy day in this tall-ceilinged, wood-floored loft of books. With a café downstairs serving espresso and vegan treats, you literally never need to leave.
Inside Elliott Bay Books- one of Travora.com's recommendations for what to do on a rainy day in Seattle.
Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle | 44 Great American Bookstores Every Book Lover Must Visit
Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle | 16 Bookstores To Visit This Holiday Weekend
Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle | 44 Great American Independent Bookstores
Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle via Creative Commons/ Flickr:15216811@N06
10 Things That Happen When You "Stop In" At Your Favorite Bookstore
44 Great American Bookstores Every Book Lover Must Visit
Elliott bay: Seattle’s legendary independent bookstore
[10 on Tuesday] Preservation-Themed Movies
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bohemian season: My fave movies to watch on Netflix instant streaming right now!
PreservationNation Blog's [10 on Tuesday]: Preservation-Themed Movies
[10 on Tuesday] 10 Ways to Help Preserve Places from the Recent Past
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How McDonalds used to look when we'd go (RARELY) as a child. While today its no big deal to get fast food several times a week, in the 60s and 70s, it was a rare treat. It was a big deal if you even got to go out for ice cream! Home cooked meals were it.
The oldest operating McDonald's to date. Located on Lakewood and Florence in Downey, California, was the chain's third restaurant and the second to be built with the Golden Arches.
The oldest operating McDonald's on Lakewood and Florence in Downey, California, was the chain's third restaurant and the second to be built with the Golden Arches. The restaurant is almost unchanged in appearance since it opened in 1953. #mcdonalds
The oldest operating McDonald’s restaurant was the third one built, opening in 1953. It is located at 10207 Lakewood Blvd. at Florence Ave. in Downey, California
The McDonald's in Downey, California is almost unchanged in appearance since it opened in 1953. http://www.downeyca.org/visitors/attractions/mcdonalds.asp
The Oldest operating McDonald's restaurant — the third one built, opening in 1953, and oldest one still open for business. Located at 10207 Lakewood Boulevard at Florence Avenue, in Downey, Southern California. The McDonald's Museum is in an adjacent building.
The oldest operating McDonald's restaurant was the third one built, opening in 1953. It is located at 10207 Lakewood Blvd. at Florence Ave. in Downey, California - This Day in History: May 15, 1940: McDonald's opens its first restaurant
The oldest operating McDonald's restaurant, was the third one built, opening in 1953. Located at 10207 Lakewood Blvd. in Downey CA. Escaped remodeling demands of franchises because it was purchased directly from the McDonald brothers before the corporation was formed to offer franchises. Now owned by the McDonald's Corporation with a museum next door. ( This picture was taken March 20, 2007.
This is the 3rd McDonald's built and is the oldest surviving McDonald's located in Downey, California. This picture was taken back in the 80's.
[10 on Tuesday] How to Preserve Historic Train Stations
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The Chatham Train Station is a former station located on Depot Road in Chatham, Massachusetts that houses a museum. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1978, and it is now home to a railroad museum for the town of Chatham. Service to Chatham was on a line that spurred from the mainline to Provincetown
The Chatham Railroad Museum in Massachusetts was built in 1887 in the Railroad Gothic style. Credit: Thomas Kelley, Flickr
The Chatham Railroad Museum in Massachusetts was built in 1887 in the Railroad Gothic style.
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[10 on Tuesday] How to Save Your Historic Neighborhood School
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HISTORIC RURAL SCHOOLHOUSES OF MONTANA: Montana is one of the only states to still utilize one- and two-room schoolhouses (at least one historic schoolhouse can be found in each of Montana's 56 counties), but the Trust fears that some historic rural schoolhouses are in danger of extinction. Montana has recently seen a trend towards increased urbanization, and with many families moving towards urban centers these schools have become underused, closed, or abandoned.
Musselshell, Montana ~ School
Musselshell School - Montana.
[10 on Tuesday] How to Preserve Places of Worship, Part One
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Discover San Diego's visually appealing Heritage Park.
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"Six Practical Reasons to Save Old Buildings."
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6 reasons to save old buildings. Built in 1849, the three-bay house is one of the few remaining examples of Federal-style architecture in Knox County.
Walker-Sherrill House.Knox County Tenn. Rare Federal era 3 bay house.
6 reasons to save old buildings
This type of round barn is so rare in the United States that The National Trust for Historic Preservation is protecting most of them. This particular round barn is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the orchard country of Biglerville, Pennsylvania, an area which is famous for apples and other tree fruits. This round barn, also called a “barrel barn,” was built in 1914 by the Noah Sheely family. The circumference of the barn is 282’, and the diameter is 87’.
This type of barn is so rare in the United States that The National Trust for Historic Preservation is protecting most of them. It is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the orchard country of Biglerville, Pennsylvania, an area which is famous for apples and other tree fruits. The round barn, also called a “barrel barn,” was built in 1914 by the Noah Sheely family. The circumference of the barn is 282’, and the diameter is 87’.