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City Bay Beach

Beach on the north side of City Bay, prior to the coming of Route 2.

City Bay

View from North Hero Village, looking northeast across City Bay. Hibbard's Point is in the distance.

Bathing Beach

A City Bay beach which has been practically destroyed by the coming of Route 2.

The Carrying Place

"The Carrying Place", a narrow strip of land midway between the south and north portions of North Hero Island. The name comes from the Indians, who would carry their canoes across on their trips from Massachusetts to Montreal with their American…

James McBride's House

The home of James McBride, located approximately three miles to the north of North Hero Village on East Shore Road. He's standing by the swing on the left.

First Bridge between North Hero and Alburgh

The old draw bridge between South Alburgh and North Hero. It was constructed in 1885/1886, after several years of people using the ferry to cross between towns. These photos are of the original bridge, which was replaced by a "new" bridge in 1954. At…

Town House, M. E. Church, Court House

Two photos of the North Hero Town House. Erected in 1866, this building has served as a place for town meetings, town offices, and as a meeting house for the Methodist Episcopalian Church until the present Town Hall was erected in 1939. To the right…

Rod Hathaway General Store

The general store of Roderick R. Hathaway, a merchant who operated successfully in North Hero for 25 years. The store stands roughly where the present North Hero Volunteer Fire House now stands

Irving House

Two photos of the Irving House, a large two and a half story building built in 1896 by James H. Dodds. It was a popular summer accommodation overlooking City Bay. As of 1981, the building is called the North Hero Inn and is owned by Dr. Roger Sorg of…

Fort Ethan Allen Training Camp Military Staff

Military staff of the Fort Ethan Allen Training Camp at Block House Point.

Jailer's House

The house of North Hero's jail keeper, which is attached to the Grand Isle County Court House and Jail. While mostly used as the residence of the jail keeper and his family, the probate judge sometimes lived here. The use of the two-cell jail in the…

South Hero Railroad Station

Constructed by the Rutland Railroad as part of the "Island Line", running from Burlington through the Champlain Islands. It opened for business on January 7, 1901 and ran until its abandonment in 1961. The station has long since been demolished.