American Dreams Don't Come True Easily in New London, CT Anymore
I went to New London, Connecticut to see what I could see. It's a former whaling town, and it was a bustling port in the 19th century. Today, just from the atmosphere in town, I would guess that it's struggling.
But it has a public library, with interesting architecture.
The library also has a new wing, and this sculpture is just outside its door, commemorating the city's whaling history.
St. Mary, Star of the Sea church.
The picturesque doorway to a house built in 1842. More on New London in the next post.