Time Lapse ~ Main Street - Stockbridge, MA -Norman Rockwell's Studio #Framelapse
This Time Lapse was shot on Main Street in Stockbridge, MA - home of Norman Rockwell and his studio from 1953-1957 (second floor picture window of the General Sore). In addition, the original Alice's Restaurant made famous by Folk Singer Arlo Guthrie was located just down the left side alley of the building.The shot includes three of the buildings in Rockwell's 1967 painting Home For Christmas which was featured in McCall's Magazine - For more information click the link below. The General Store is now home to the Main Street Cafe and Alice's Restaurant is now Theresa's Stockbridge Cafe
Music: Rock Dock - John Deley and The 41 Players
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The Inn at Stockbridge in Stockbridge MA
Rates: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The Inn at Stockbridge 30 East Street Stockbridge MA 01262 Set on 12 acres of land less than 2 miles from Berkshire Theatre Festival, this bed and breakfast features stylish rooms with private bathrooms. The inn showcases a on-site massage services as well as an seasonal outdoor pool. A flat-screen LCD TV and a bottle of sherry are provided in each room at The Inn at Stockbridge. Each individually styled room includes a private bathroom, and many have a sitting area with a gas fireplace. Guests at Stockbridge Inn can enjoy the full breakfast each morning as well as free wine and cheese in the common living room during the evenings. Free coffee, tea, hot chocolate and snacks are available throughout the day. A fitness room and a game room with a public computer are available for guest use. Located off of Interstate 90, the bed and breakfast is just a 10-minute drive from Tanglewood and Norman Rockwell Museum. Stockbridge Golf Course is 2.5 miles away.
Karen Brown's Inn at Stockbridge, Stockbridge, Massachusetts
The INN AT STOCKBRIDGE, Stockbridge, Massachusetts
The Inn at Stockbridge is a large Georgian-style building, constructed in 1906, situated down a driveway winding through a 12-acre estate.
You arrive at a columned porch and on the other side of the front door is a very large, welcoming hall flanked by the dining room on one side and the gracious living room on the other.
The living room, where wine is served in the afternoon, is comfortably furnished and reading by the fire here is a real pleasure.
The inn's guestrooms are in the main house, the cottage house, and the recently built barn.
Always a favorite, Blagdon, the original master bedroom, decorated in soft shades of yellow, has a spacious sitting area in front of the fireplace and a lovely four-poster canopy king bed.
The four spacious deluxe barn suites—Shakespeare, Wharton, Rockwell, and Shaker—all enjoy gas fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and private decks, and each is decorated appropriately for its name.
The inn prides itself on its breakfasts, formal affairs by candlelight, and Len loves to share his breakfast recipes with guests.
The inn is close to so many things to do that you'll have trouble deciding between the antiquing, the music festivals, the Norman Rockwell Museum, and a variety of sports.
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Bay State Oildraulic Elevator at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA
Speed: 75 FPM
This video was filmed on April 23, 2012.
Stockbridge Cemetery - Stockbridge, MA
One of the oldest cemeteries in the United States.
HISTORICAL PLACES OF MASSACHUSETTS STATE,U S A IN GOOGLE EARTH PART ONE ( 1/2 )
HISTORICAL PLACES OF MASSACHUSETTS STATE,U S A PART ONE (1/2)
1. CRANE ESTATE,IPSWICH 42°41'6.94N 70°46'44.82W
2. MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS,BOSTON 42°20'22.69N 71° 5'38.38W
3. ST.MARK'S CHURCH,PITSFIELD 42°27'3.97N 73°15'59.37W
4. FORT SEWALL,MARBLE HEAD 42°30'30.21N 70°50'30.99W
5. FAMEUIL HALL,BOSTON 42°21'36.27N 71° 3'22.78W
6. ST.JOHN'S CHURCH,NORTHAMPTON 42°19'7.50N 72°38'13.32W
7. CASTLE WARREN,BOSTAN 42°19'14.10N 70°55'41.84W
8. BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME,SPRINGFIELD 42° 5'37.52N 72°35'6.26W
9. MASONIC TEMPLE,LOWELL 42°38'47.99N 71°18'45.58W
10. FORT REVERE,HULL 42°18'19.34N 70°54'21.71W
11. POET'S TOWER,GREENFIELD 42°35'41.13N 72°35'11.66W
12. ST.ANNE'S PARISH,FALL RIVER 41°41'37.17N 71° 9'48.41W
13. BUNKER HILL MONUMENT,CHARLESTOWN 42°22'35.32N 71° 3'38.49W
14. DANFORTH MUSEUM OF ART,FRAMINGHAM 42°16'53.69N 71°25'4.14W
15. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,BOSTON 42°20'39.67N 71° 5'5.09W
16. NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM,STOCKBRIDGE 42°17'16.02N 73°20'8.99W
17. JOHN F.KENNEDY LIBRARY&MUSEUM,BOSTON 42°18'58.59N 71° 2'1.39W
18. FORT PHOENIX,FAIRHAVEN 41°37'27.48N 70°54'8.19W
19. ST.PIUS PARISH,LYNN 42°28'47.11N 70°56'55.70W
20. BANCROFT TOWER,WORCESTER 42°16'35.31N 71°48'57.09W
21. PILGRIM MONUMENT,PROVINCETOWN 42° 3'7.64N 70°11'19.35W
22. GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH,AMHERST 42°22'30.05N 72°31'6.32W
23. WALTHAM CITY HALL,WALTHAM 42°22'34.05N 71°14'7.31W
24. CASTLE HOMMOND,GLOUCESTER 42°35'6.28N 70°41'33.13W
32 bedroom Mansion for Sale 15 East Street Stockbridge MA 32 bedroom house for sale or Rent
15 East Street Stockbridge MA 32 bedroom 20 bathroom Mansion house for sale or Rent - commercial kitchen, additional 9 buildings on a 6 acre property are also available for sale or for rent. Can be converted into luxury condos or used as a private residence, a camp, a school, a resort, a B&B for indoor and outdoor farming and numerous other uses. Is in good structural shape, Good roof, Great cathedral ceiling Attic. Some rooms in great shape other need cosmetic work. 5 minutes from Tanglewood, 5 Minutes from the Boston Symphony Orchestra Music Festival, 5 minutes from Norman Rockwell Museum, 5 minutes From Canyon Ranch (1,000 dollars a night Wellness hotel), 5 minutes to Blantyre (1,600 a night hotel), 5 minutes to Red Line Inn, 5 minutes from Center of Lenox, 5 minutes from Center of Stockbridge, 5 minutes from the Kripalu Yoga and Meditation Center, 5 minutes to Miraval / Cromwell Golf and Spa Resort, 5 minutes from Sandy beaches of Laurel Lake (free lifeguard, free bathrooms, free luxury beach, free changing rooms,) 5 minutes from the Stockbridge Bowl, Boat Ramps, Boating, Kayaking, 15 minutes from 5 great ski resorts, 15 minutes from Great Barriongton, 2 minutes from the Mount Edith Whartons Age Of Innocence home Botanical Gardens and Museum Castle House, 5 minutes from one of the most important Catholic Shrines National Shrine of the Divine Mercy, 4 minutes to Naumkeag Museum, and numerous other venues, hiking and biking parks, national parks and forests, waterfalls, lakes, resorts, attractions and more. 5 minutes from the Berkshire Theater Festival and the Shakespeare and Company Theater Festival and more.. Surrounded by multi million dollar homes (a regular 3 bedroom new build on 1 acre sells for 850 thousand dollars. can be turned into a luxury development of 14+ Condos and homes and into 70+ b and b rooms and can be used as a farm, b and b resorts, condo development,
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Fall @ the Inn at Stockbridge
Thank you to our guests and friends for another wonderful fall season at the Inn at Stockbridge in the heart of the Berkshires
Breakfast @ the Inn @ Stockbridge
Guests enjoy a relaxing weekday breakfast indoors and out at the luxurious Inn at Stockbridge
The Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, Massachusetts
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This historic hotel dates from 1773 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, with the antique decor throughout.
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This morning, we talked about this quote from Reggie Jackson:
I wasn't exactly brought up in one of those Norman Rockwell paintings you used to see on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post.
What does this mean to YOU? What thoughts come to your mind? Have you ever compared you or your family to someone else?
If you’re not familiar with Reggie Jackson (Reginald Martinez Jackson, also known as Mr. October), he played professional baseball and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1993.
-He was born in 1947 -- the same year Jackie Robinson broke the “color barrier” to be the first African-American to play in Major League Baseball.
-Reggie Jackson’s father, who was half Puerto Rican, played baseball in the Negro League.
-His parents divorced when he was very young, and he went to live with his father in a neighborhood north of Philly. They were one of the only African-American families in the area, and he made many friendships in the Jewish community.
-In high school, he played football, basketball, baseball, and track and field.
-Oklahoma, Alabama, and Georgia offered him FOOTBALL scholarships, but he went to Arizona State on a football scholarship.
Norman Rockwell was a 20th-century American author, painter, and illustrator. His works EXTREMELY popular from the 1920s on for their reflection of American Culture. He illustrated for the Saturday Evening Post for over 50 years.
The Saturday Evening Post was one of the most widely circulated and influential magazines for the American middle class in the first half of the 20th Century. It included fiction, non-fiction, cartoons, and features and was read in millions of homes every week.
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This Is It! BBQ & Seafood 2017 Riverdale Holiday Tree Lighting Parade
This Is It! is NOW OPEN in Riverdale, GA. Check us out in the 2017 City of Riverdale Holiday Tree Lighting Parade. It's the Rib Tips! We're coming to a city near you (Opening in Stockbridge, GA January 2018)!
OTIS Hydraulic Elevator-Connecticut River Museum
Well, here is the annual video of this thing. And it has changed! First of all, it seems a bit MORE darker than last year. Another thing is that there is now a strange squeaky sound coming from the shaft (guide wheel issue, anyone).
The museum itself was originally built as a steamboat dock. Sometime in the 60's, it was converted to retail space. That lasted until 1974, when it was converted into a museum, like it is today. That is around the time when the elevator was installed. The museum itself focuses on history about history of industry on the river. However, a fire on August
11, 2010 destroyed part of the building's exterior (something under the dock, and was on the other side).
The elevator itself is an OTIS with Adams fixtures. Considering when this was installed, I guess this was the Pre-Series 1? Also, listen to that strange floor passing signal. It seems like a click. Any idea? I guess it is a bell without a gong.
Floors Served: *1, 2, 3 (Three Floors)
Travel Distance: Three Floors
Bank Of: 1
Doors: Single Slide
Door Safety: Bumpers (Electric Eye)
Phone: In Box ThyssenKrupp Helplink
Hall Fixtures: Adams
-Illumination: White/Up, Red/Down
Speed: 125 FPM
Derp (Stupidity): 0
DT Rating: 2-Squeaks. Crappy guidewheel?
Notes: Retrofitted into old steamboat dock when it became museum. Has strange floor passing click.
ThyssenKrupp Hydraulic Elevator @ 76 Main Street, Littleton, NH
Installed 2014. This elevator is very nice! It has the scrolling arrow just like all the other newer TK installs.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Dallas/Addison Addison, TX (Dover Impulse)
This is where we stayed for a week while I was in Dallas in Spring. This Homewood is one of those rare exterior corridors hotels that have separate buildings for the Suites. As a result, there is one building (classified as two) that is interior and has an elevator. You need a keycard to ride this elevator. This Homewood Opened in 1990. Hotel tour coming soon.
Greenfield, MA: Elevator at GCC Downtown Center
This is the Downtown Center branch for Greenfield Community College on Main Street in Downtown Greenfield. This elevator I am guessing this is a Westinghouse according to the fixtures.
Smaller Bay State/Dover Oildraulic Elevator-Wilson's Greenfield, Ma
Here's the other elevator in the store, but it isn't as impressive as the other one.
This elevator is located towards the front of the store (towards Main Street), which is the original building. I suspect this was originally an OTIS, hence the door jamb frame/track, but I cannot seem to put a date on this thing. However, it was apparently modded by Bay State (distributor of Dover at the time) sometime in the 1970's or 1980's. Walking up to this thing, it looks like any other GAL elevator. However, the weird thing about this is that it uses the DOVER chime (this could have been one of the first uses of it).
This elevator is more of an auxiliary elevator, which is surprising, considering this thing is at the front of the store and the larger one is towards the back. For one, it is a pretty tiny cab (a WHOPPING 1,500lbs capacity). Second, it could have been put into use a while after the other one.
This store originally opened in 1882 (I highly doubt that's when this elevator is from), and has expanded slowly ever since. Before that, this part of the building was a hotel. Today, it seems unchanged from the 1950's with some modern sprinkles. A neat authentic experience!
Here's a Wikipedia article about the store:
Brand: Dover/Bay State
Type: Oildraulic (Hydro)
Floors Served: LL, *1, 2, 3 (Four Floors)
Travel Distance: Four Floors
Bank Of: 1
Doors: Dual Speed
Door Safety: Sensors
-Panel Finish: Silver
Hall Fixtures: GAL (has indicators on each level on same panel with hall fixtures)
-Panel Finish: Silver
-Illumination: White/Up, Red/Down
-Panel Finish: Silver
-Panel Finish: Silver
Speed: 100 FPM
Derp (Stupidity): 0
DT Rating: 0
Notes: Appears it was originally an OTIS, but I'm not quite sure when it was originally installed. However, it appears it was modernized by Bay State (DOVER) in the 1970's or 1980's. Also, it has the DOVER chime.