Boonville, NY

Lots of interesting little towns and villages along the western edge of the Adirondacks. Most have buildings that have been around since the 1800’s and many have notable or unique architectural characteristics. Boonville was one such town. The town is located at the watershed high point for the Black River system and was the high point for the Black River Canal that connected Boonville to the Erie Canal in Rome, NY and helped to bring economic success to the area. That success is reflected in the size and quality of some of the homes and architecture in the historic area of the town


The Erwin Library and Institute

Dodge-Pratt-Northam Art and Community Center

The Boonville Historical Club has been active in Boonville since its formation in 1900

I was somewhat surprised to see the size of the town’s Masonic Temple but, with a vacant lot next to it, it was clearly visible from the side that it was a substantial building.

About Ron

Ron has long had an interest in photography and traveling and, in recent years, has had more time to devote to both activities. Long a Pentax user, Ron switched to Nikon gear when he went digital. The advent of the digital SLR camera, and the ease of the internet blogging process, has provided a venue for sharing his photography and travel experience at the local, national and international level. More about Ron
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