Main Street sites in Lyndonville are decked out for holidays

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 8 December 2013 at 12:00 am

Photos by Tom Rivers

Route 63 in Lyndonville has a stretch of grand old houses, and several of them are decked out in holiday decorations, including this house at 8 Eagle St., at the South Main Street intersection.

Just south of that location, at 142 South Main St., one of the area’s finest cobblestone houses is lighted up for the holidays.

This house was built in 1846 and is the only Lyndonville location listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Jackson Blood, an early Lyndonville resident, built the house and lived there until 1875.

The downtown decorations for the holidays have been upgraded thanks to funds from the Lyndonville Lions Club and the Lyndonville Area Foundation.