A random tour through our favorite place with some off the beaten track images. Click on any one to to see the image full screen. Navigation arrows will appear at the far right and left of the screen.
Aerial View of Cedar Point
Scituate High School 1917
The Pilot Boat Columbia aground at Sand Hills
Columbia came ashore with the Portland Gale of November 1898. Many artifacts from Columbia can be seen at the Maritime and Irish Mossing Museum.
This map recreates the original holdings of the Men of Kent.
Found on Branch Street, the Lawson Gates brought you into the magnificent Dreamwold Estate of Thomas Lawson.
Hansel Mieth First Unitarian Church
The Old Oaken Bucket
Made famous by Samuel Woodworth, the Old Oaken Bucket House can be found on its namesake road.
The Williams Barker House
The lumber schooner Kenwood ashore at Sand Hills
Thanks to Tucker Patterson for this photograph.
Route 3A Town Offices from the air
Building Minot's Light
Aftermath of the Blizzard of 1978 Sand Hills
The North Jetty Spindle Light
Thanks go to researcher Arthur Richmond for sharing this photograph from the National Archives.
Fourth Cliff Military Reserve 2015
Lester J. Gates School from Lawson Tower
Sunset from Scituate Light 2016
The Bells of Lawson Tower at Sunset