Chester Gehman

About Me 

Email: gehmanc2000 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Recent Updates 

Town Bridge (Hartford County, Connecticut)

April 25, 2017: New photos
Richmond Furnace Historical and Archeological District (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
One of the many blast furnaces of the tri-state Salisbury Iron District.
April 23, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Corrected pin location
Stockbridge Casino (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

April 23, 2017: New photo
Monument To The Automobile Age (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
A stone cairn honoring the construction of a local road.
April 23, 2017: Added
Octagon House (Hampden County, Massachusetts)

April 23, 2017: New photos
State Normal Training School (Hampden County, Massachusetts)

April 22, 2017: New Street View added
Octagon House (Hampden County, Massachusetts)

April 22, 2017: New Street View added
Stockbridge Casino (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

April 22, 2017: New Street View added
Eaton, Crane & Pike Company Factory (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

April 22, 2017: New photos
Mansfield Training School and Hospital (Tolland County, Connecticut)
A state-run facility for the mentally retarded, closed since 1993.
April 16, 2017: New photos
Gurleyville Gristmill (Tolland County, Connecticut)

April 15, 2017: New photos
Aiken Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)

March 4, 2017: Added
Massachusetts Mills (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)

March 4, 2017: Added
Minterburn Mill (Tolland County, Connecticut)

March 3, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added description
Saxony Mill (Tolland County, Connecticut)

March 3, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Landmark demolished in 1994.
Talcottville Lenticular Bridge (Tolland County, Connecticut)

February 26, 2017: Added
Gurleyville Gristmill (Tolland County, Connecticut)

February 25, 2017: Added
Searles Castle (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 24, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added description; corrected pin location
Wooliston-Wall House (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 24, 2017: Added
Lenox Railroad Station (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 24, 2017: New photos
Goodspeed Yard Office (Middlesex County, Connecticut)

February 24, 2017: Added
Old Central Fire Station (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 24, 2017: New photos
Eaton, Crane & Pike Company Factory (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 19, 2017: New Street View added
Morewood School (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 19, 2017: New Street View added
US Post Office--Great Barrington Main (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)

February 19, 2017: New Street View added
Henry S. Smith Octagon House (Middlesex County, Connecticut)

February 18, 2017: Added
William T. Tibbals Octagon House (Middlesex County, Connecticut)

February 18, 2017: Added
Gillette Castle State Park (Middlesex County, Connecticut)
A 24-room stone "castle" built as the home of actor William Gillette open for tours.
February 3, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added NRHP record number
Williams and Stancliff Octagon Houses (Middlesex County, Connecticut)

February 3, 2017: New photos
Four Sisters Owl Diner (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Classic Worcester Semi-Streamliner
January 24, 2017: Added
Bennett College (Dutchess County, New York)
A large rambling Queen Anne structure scheduled for demolition.
January 24, 2017: Added
Shepaug Railroad Tunnel (Litchfield County, Connecticut)
Abandoned tunnel of the Shepaug, Litchfield, and Northern RR
January 23, 2017: Added
Arthur's Paradise Diner (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Classic diner, home of the "delicious" Boott Mill Sandwich
January 23, 2017: Added
Club Diner (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)

January 22, 2017: Added
Barker, Richard, Octagon House (Worcester County, Massachusetts)

January 20, 2017: New photo
Framingham Railroad Station (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
A restored 19th century railroad depot
January 20, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added description and photos
Lloyd's Diner (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
A nicely restored little diner
January 20, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added description; changed name to reflect new owner. (Was Whit's Diner)
Lloyd's Diner (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
A nicely restored little diner
January 20, 2017: New photos
Casey's Diner (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Tiny 10-stool diner is one of the oldest and best-preserved in existence.
January 20, 2017: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added photos and description
Williams and Stancliff Octagon Houses (Middlesex County, Connecticut)

January 20, 2017: New Street View added
Deep River Freight Station (Middlesex County, Connecticut)

January 20, 2017: New Street View added
Modern Diner (Providence County, Rhode Island)

December 28, 2016: New photos
Olympia Diner (Hartford County, Connecticut)
Moved here from Massachusetts in 1954, it is possily the largest O'Mahony ever built.
December 28, 2016: Added
Makris Midtown Diner (Hartford County, Connecticut)

December 28, 2016: Added
Enfield Canal (Hartford County, Connecticut)
5.25 mile navigation canal
October 22, 2016: Updated by Chester Gehman: Added overview, description, and photos
Day And Night Diner (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Originally open 24 hours, hence the name.
October 16, 2016: Added
Kathy's Diner (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Closed since 2013. Interior gutted.
October 16, 2016: Added
Bluebonnet Diner (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
A classic Worcester Co. diner in the original location.
October 16, 2016: Added
Charlie's Diner (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Neon sign reads "Charles" but diner is known as "Charlie's.
October 16, 2016: Added
Millbrook Diner (Dutchess County, New York)
Classic 50's O'Mahony diner
October 1, 2016: Added