Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts
In Massachusetts on the north west side of the Cape Cod Canal is an area called Buzzard’s Bay. Spanning the canal is an old railroad bridge, which is still in use today. Other than the marine gray color it actually is architecturally a great example of an old bridge.
At the site there is also a big beautiful gazebo.
The original train station still remains standing and is a visitor center today.
Approximately one mile up the road is the epitome of a small maritime church. Over the door is a figurehead of a boat with a fisherman in it. I have always loved the simplicity of this church with the pop of the bright red door and the contrasting yellow of the fisherman! It is such an appropriate figurehead for the area.
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