I forgot about the walkway. I remember walking it a long time ago. Thank you for the memory.
Love all your pictures by the way of New Bedford.
Thank you for pointing this out. I got my photos confused. Can you tell me what this place is?
Yes but know WHALE wants to rebuild it using revolving funds and matching grants that were originally slated for the remodel, im kinda on the fence with this decision.
Lewis Temple. The Man who made killing whales easy.
To think this was an ugly under used military fort just a few years ago. Today it is a premier destination for New Bedford residents.
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Fort Taber's beach's are natural and not dressed. There are very few such beaches open to the public in Massachusetts.
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Fort Taber is a small park, but the beach ad it's views are quite nice. Here is a bunch of seagulls hanging out on their version of a patio.
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April 2007 -- Fort Taber Park is one of New Bedford's prettiest attractions for both humans and seagulls. Picture is from the beach overlooking the Mariner's Memoral Walkway.
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April 2007 -- This museum is relativley new and has a large and grwing collection. The Display changes often. Part of the Fort Taber Park.
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April 2007-- A view from Prince Henry Park out over the Pope's Island marina south towards Buzzard's Bay and Martha's Vineyard.
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