9/2/14

pioneer village original house

I was inspired to revisit Pioneer Village in Stratford and get some fresh shots for the Rubbish Tuesday meme. I didn't like history class, but maybe if they explained it visually, like this place, I would have!








19 comments:

Roan said...

Next to any kind of math, history was my least favorite subject. Now my favorite vacation includes touring historical places. Funny how that works. Love this house. I especially like that old telephone! Thanks for linking up.

Felicia said...

oh wow wonderful images. love the phone and the bathtub.

orchid Miyako said...

Wow, many old items♡♡♡ I love the spinning wheel and stereo:-) 
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

doodles n daydreams said...

Isn't that a great old bath? Thanks for sharing some of our history, very interesting.

Diana

HOOTIN ANNI said...

This is great. I love taking tours of historical places. What a treat for us who pay you a visit today.

TexWisGirl said...

the wooden features in the bathroom! neat!

Tom said...

This must be a great place to explore. Tom The Backroads Traveller

marshaleith said...

love the phone and the bathtub too!

LV said...

I did not do well in history. I did enjoy seeing some history again through your lens. Never saw a bathtub like this.

Marie said...

What a wonderful museum! I love all the vintage items. That bath-tub!!!

Lisa Gordon said...

What a beautiful place this is!
I really love that old spinning wheel.

Gusta Bogdan said...

This are lovley old items. I love the bathroom and the romantic style of the wallpaper.

W. Latane Barton said...

That museum is a treasure trove of vintage goodies. I enjoyed the visit.

Judy said...

I know what you mean! I love seeing the way people used to live, and these photos show that!! I love the carpet in the first room!!!

Sarah said...

Now that bath looks like one you could sink up to your neck in bubbles in! Love everything about these photos!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
All 'mod cons'!!! I love places like this, where a the folks are somehow still present... YAM xx

Ida said...

History was a favorite subject of mine in school. I know (weird) but true. I love places like this too though as you can see first hand how the people actually lived.

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

Amazing looking place; I would like to visit that!

Amy Burzese said...

Perfect post for "old".