Lexington in Massachusetts is small rich town with enormous historical
past. It located just after Great Boston area bordering Arlington.
Lexington the Paul Revere rode there warning about regular British
coming. At Lexington Town Green the first Battle of American
Civil War had happen. Nowadays Lexington Center is the tourist
destination, crossing point for bicyclists on the way from Alewife
to Bedford Railroad Museum.
Former railroad station is now historical society building. When
arriving by bicycle this is the first glimpse of the Lexington town.
Minuteman statue at place of Battle at Lexington Town Green.
Minuteman statue with Buckman Tavern behind.
The sign of Buckman Tavern and Minuteman statue behind.
The diorama of Battle at Lexington Green. British regular forces in mass.
The diorama of Battle at Lexington Green. British regular forces
engages minuteman militia.
A late April days are not only often starting warm season for
biking but also occasion to meet history. Here there are history
enthusiasts reenacts Revolution dressing as British regulars.
British regular regiment is at Lexington Green.
Minuteman forces are ready to engage.
Commemoration of the Battle at Lexington Green and Buckman tavern
where minuteman gathering at first.
The obelisk at the Lexington Green where the Battle was.
The Lexington Green Battle obelisk.
The communication officer at Lexington Green Battle side explains
to tourists what did gone on.
There is pastorates monument near to Minuteman statue. You will
ask me why there? Because.
There is belfry at the hill near Lexington Battle Green. It has
complex history described at poster. Long story short it rings
alarm bell and history started uploading.
This alarm bell was on USS Lexington.
Lexington is rabbit friendly.
Dog sees that rabbit. The thought process is clear from body
language. Dog is confused.
Hollowing is coming to Lexington. Better to be ready far in advance
or else (nobody risks to try this else).
A typical Lexington architecture.
Main street of Lexington. It is Massachusetts Avenue aka Massave.
Lexington has town clock.
The historical society building in Lexington center.
Oct. 9, 2018; 09:43 EST