This scanned 1979 photo shows the power stacks still in place at Lincoln Wharf before the conversion to residential use. In front, the townhouses of Union Wharf, built into the harbor just a few years before. On the distant right, is the old Battery Wharf. Not built yet either is Burroughs Wharf. Origial photo by Diana Blum Manter.
What’s The 311? Rats Living Outside North End Library, Basketball Court Pavement Crack, Delivery Trucks Double Parking
Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov. Rats Allegedly Living in Front of The North End Public Library “There are NEW RATS living in the garden beds in the front of the North Read More…
Neighborhood Photo – Christopher Columbus Park on a Winter Night
Gianno Mauceri sends in a night photo from Christopher Columbus Park with the statue in front of the iconic trellis and Custom House tower. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. The North End’s fabled streets and the phenomenal views of the waterfront are literally “picture perfect” for resident and professional photographers. To have Read More…
Neighborhood Photo: Flying Down the Street
Gianno Mauceri sends in this plane trail in the sky directly following the center of the street, right off Charter Street, en route to Revere park. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. The North End’s fabled streets and the phenomenal views of the waterfront are literally “picture perfect.” To have your photo featured, Read More…
One Reply to “Neighborhood Photo: 1979 Lincoln Wharf and Union Wharf”
those townhouses probably cost around $100k back then! i know a woman who has lived there since the 70s. great picture.
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