Classic Concord Photo – Tue, 16 Dec 2014

This is obviously a scene from another, much more sepia era in Concord history, but there’s some pretty cool stuff here at the corner of Pleasant and Main Street. For instance, note the granite crosswalk on a dirt road, the horse watering trough in the middle of the “intersection,” and the handy downtown casket and coffin store, just in case you happened to need to hit that up after leaving J. S. Green’s boots and shoes place (though we can imagine it was pretty tough to fit one of those suckers in a buggy). Not seen: the two frozen yogurt shops that opened up within months of each other right around the corner. Thanks to reader Earl Burroughs for sending in the photo. We want to see your classic Concord photos, too – just dust off the old photo album, get them into the computer and email them to us at news@theconcordinsider.com. 
This is obviously a scene from another, much more sepia era in Concord history, but there’s some pretty cool stuff here at the corner of Pleasant and Main Street. For instance, note the granite crosswalk on a dirt road, the horse watering trough in the middle of the “intersection,” and the handy downtown casket and coffin store, just in case you happened to need to hit that up after leaving J. S. Green’s boots and shoes place (though we can imagine it was pretty tough to fit one of those suckers in a buggy). Not seen: the two frozen yogurt shops that opened up within months of each other right around the corner. Thanks to reader Earl Burroughs for sending in the photo. We want to see your classic Concord photos, too – just dust off the old photo album, get them into the computer and email them to us at news@theconcordinsider.com. 

This is obviously a scene from another, much more sepia era in Concord history, but there’s some pretty cool stuff here at the corner of Pleasant and Main Street. For instance, note the granite crosswalk on a dirt road, the horse watering trough in the middle of the “intersection,” and the handy downtown casket and coffin store, just in case you happened to need to hit that up after leaving J. S. Green’s boots and shoes place (though we can imagine it was pretty tough to fit one of those suckers in a buggy). Not seen: the two frozen yogurt shops that opened up within months of each other right around the corner. Thanks to reader Earl Burroughs for sending in the photo. We want to see your classic Concord photos, too – just dust off the old photo album, get them into the computer and email them to us at news@theconcordinsider.com

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