A handsome, if not crumbling, three story brick and granite five-sided commercial building at the gateway to Pawtucket’s Downtown
Originally located along N. Main & Canal Sts., across from Roger Williams Park, Providence, the last meat-packing plant survived until the 1980s
A mapping project to trace the origins and evolution of the Cove Basin north of Downtown and south of Smith Hill, from 1823 to present day
During this park’s 90-year run, it entertained millions of New Englanders as well as people from all over the world.
The spooky former “School for the Feeble-minded” which decayed for 20 years before being slowly razed building by building.
In use for almost 70 years, the East Side Train tunnel burrows beneath College Hill and once connected Union Station to East Providence
A modern, 13-story glass box reflecting the mall, the Westin, Union Station, and Waterplace park.
This 70-year-old diner car sat on blocks for 10 years before being restored and reopened as a classic breakfast and lunch diner
This property is actually a tale of three things — competitive cycling, a football stadium, and the Providence Steamroller
A former floating gourmet restaurant moored on South Water Street just outside where the Hot Club is today, before the current boat slips
America’s first designed and purpose-built amusement park was open for only 5 years.