Travel Photo Essay: Downtown Walpole
Downtown Walpole, MA
Common Street is simply beautiful with its long stretch of big, old homes, green lawns and tree-lined sidewalks.
The Walpole Post Office and Congregational Church on Common St.
An old Coca Cola sign, sidewalks, American flags and historical buildings give Walpole some small-town charm at the corner of Main and Common Sts.
Historic Blackburn Memorial Hall is the scene of many community events held by the Walpole Recreation Department (its office is located at Blackburn), and is home to the Dog Rock Coffee House -- hosting live, local musical entertainment.
The Andrew Bacevich Memorial Dedication site -- in memory of former Walpole resident and Army 1st Lt. Andrew Bacevich who was killed in Iraq, May 13, 2007.
The expansive and scenic Walpole Town Common is nicely framed by local businesses.
Within walking distance of downtown Walpole is the 150-acre town forest (off South St.), a series of hiking trails with splendid views of the Neponset River. It's like being in New Hampshire!
Clark's Pond provides a nice downtown respite with its peaceful water scene.
Panoramic downtown Walpole photo
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