Garage doors. There’s normally nothing too fancy about them. The story is usually what’s behind them.
Does your pulse quicken at the sight of four plus garage bays and a space above? Mine does. Cars plus room for diy projects, potting bench, crafts, woodwork, paint, outdoor sink- oh, the options are endless.
This particular four-car garage is part of the Weeks estate in Lancaster, New Hampshire, that was built in the early 1900’s by John Wingate Weeks, Congressman, Senator, United States Secretary of War, and leading conservationist.
When built, this garage housed the Weeks’ Cadillacs and provided lodging above for the chauffeur.
In 1941, the estate covering 446 acres was given to the state of NH to be used as a state park. Today, it provides visitors a 360-degree panoramic view of the White Mountains of NH, the Green Mountains of Vermont, and the upper Connecticut River Valley.
It’s a sight to behold so my friend, Sue, told me when she texted me this photo. It’s good to have friends especially on Thursday. 🙂
Like doors? Go visit my other friends over at Norm Frampton’s
Thursday Doors – August 15, 2019.