Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Stage Harbor Aerial Photo

Stage Harbor Aerial Photo
Originally uploaded by Chris Seufert
Prospective image from the upcoming Chatham aerial photography book by Christopher Seufert.


H. Brett Paintings


I have a original old watercolor signed H. Brett.

Would anyone know where I might find more info on him??

Best Regards,

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Viewing Scope

Viewing Scope
Originally uploaded by dallasheller
Viewing scope at the top of the fish pier in Chatham with boat in background. Rain lashed the coast of Cape Cod this week.

Photograph by Dallas Heller.

Friday, February 01, 2008

Chatham Railroad Museum Display (spikes)


We are from New York State and have been visiting The Gibson's Cottages for over 50 years at Eastham.Back in the 70's ,me and my son were walking the old railroad path which is now The Bike/Walk Path.This is when the old rails were removed ,but the old rotting ties were still there. We walked along the area by Depot Pond and discovered that each tie had a date spike,they were about 2" long.We pulled out over a dozen ,one was dated in the late 1890s and the others dated from the 20's to the 40's.About three years ago at the old School House Museum in Eastham ,we met a lady who said she was associated with the Chatham Railroad Museum.We asked if she would be kind enough to deliver the spikes to the Chatham Railroad Museum,she said she would.

I guess my question is- Are they on display at the museum ? In either case,we plan on going down to Chatham to visit the Fish Pier and the Rail museum.

Don Cook

Chatham North Beach Camp Lost

In an ongoing drama, erosion claimed another house on Sunday as a cottage on Chatham's North Beach washed off its foundation and floated into Chatham Harbor. The losses of these beach cottages are economic for the owners, but more importantly, the loss of a way of life for Cape Codders in general.

©Christopher Seufert Photography.

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