Time stands still at Waterloo Village Historical State Park stuck in the mid 1900's. Located in Sussex Country along the Musconetcong River at the midway point along the Morris Canal, built in 1831 to supply the greater New York City area with Pennsylvanian anthracite coa,l the site was deemed a perfect place to build an inn, blacksmith, tavern, farm and general store for canal workers and their occasional passengers. Soon more people followed. They built a church, cabins then elegant homes in the Queen Victorian and Gothic styles, grist and wood mills. Today, our students enjoyed the well preserved village and it's subjects as a great place for a photography workshop.
|"White Birches with Cabin"|
|"Eying the Morris Canal"|
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Waterloo Village Photography Workshop