Photos & Videos Photo Gallery: Blizzard Juno in the North End / Waterfront By Matt Conti - Tue, Jan. 27, 2015 253 1 It was quite a snow day! Local photographers were out in force. Thank you to all the readers that sent in photos. Rooftop view of St Stephen’s and Hanover St (Jessica Frattaroli) Bartlett Place Snowed In (Joe Mendola) Bicycle at Prince and Hanover, photo by Jessica Frattaroli. Lucy slides down the appropriately named Snow Hill Street (Joel Edelstein) Somebody get this guy a sweater – Tony DeMarco Statue (Molly Corcoran) Hanover Street coming back to life (Jessica Frattaroli) Old North Steeple in the Blizzard (Jessica Frattaroli) Snowy Prado (Jessica Frattaroli) Peaceful Hanover Street in Blizzard (Martin Smith) Stella (a cocker spaniel), sitting in the middle of Hanover Street. Not a person or car in sight :). Perfect way to enjoy the city! (Caralie Cahill) Lewis Wharf Flooded Gate by Jean Eisenstadt Juno Begins (Kim Stoddard) Hanover Street on Monday Night (Cam Googins) CNN reporting on #Snowmageddon2015 from Christopher Columbus Park (Meghan Denenberg) Corner of Prince and Salem Streets during Blizzard Juno (Matt Conti) North End snowy alley (Matt Conti) Snow fun on Margaret Street (Matt Conti) Snow drifts at Copp’s Hill Burying Ground (Matt Conti) Snowy and Empty Prince Street (Matt Conti) Mounds of snow on Commercial Street (Matt Conti) Gassy and Prince Street Buildings (Matt Conti) Zakim Bridge after Juno blizzard (Matt Conti) Salem Street in the snow (Matt Conti) Snowy Hanover Street (Matt Conti) Paul Revere statue on the Prado with Old North Church (Matt Conti) No line at Pizzeria Regina (Abby Bridgeo) Snow banks in the North End (Greg Powell) Email your photos to email@example.com or tag @NorthEndBoston on Twitter and we’ll add them. Share this...emailFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Community What’s The 311? Snow and Ice Issues; Hanover Street Light Out Photos & Videos Neighborhood Photo: Winter is Holding On Photos & Videos Neighborhood Photo: Snowy Monday Morning 1 COMMENT I AM VERY GRATEFUL THAT THE CITY FINALLY DECIDED TO PICK UP THE SNOW, BUT WE NEED A LOT MORE SNOW REMOVABLE BEFORE THE NEXT STORM COMES IN. FABULOUS PICS & THE GREAT THING ABOUT THE SNOW IS IT MAKES THE NEIGHBORHOOD LOOK SO CLEAN!!!!!!! Comments are closed.