Waterloo Village

7D-1958-Edit.jpg by victry1
7D-1958-Edit.jpg, a photo by victry1 on Flickr.

I go on occasion to Waterloo Village in Stanhope, NJ. It’s an abandoned historical village, but is still available to walk through. Most of the buildings are run down, though there is an active Methodist church on the property.

Each season hs its good points, though I think fall is my favorite and early spring not so much.

I like to bring the dogs there cause they can at least get a few minutes in to run and let off steam.

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8 responses to “Waterloo Village

  1. These are great shots especially the Rustic Idyll

  2. I especially like the top one: it has that sense of abandonment in the midst of exuberant overgrowth.

  3. All 8 paws off the ground … love it!

  4. CitraGran Cibubur

    Reblogged this on CitraGran Cibubur.

  5. Love how the green frames the old bridge and how the bridge is reflected in the water. Beautiful!

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