Greenwich 375 Anniversary Features Tour of Central Byram on June 27

The original Byram firehouse, pictured below ca. 1870, and after it had been transformed into a commercial building as seen in this view taken by Patricia Baiardi in 2014.

The original Byram firehouse, pictured below ca. 1870, and after it had been transformed into a commercial building as seen in this view taken by Patricia Baiardi in 2014. contributed image

As part of the Town of Greenwich’s 375th Anniversary a Series of Neighborhood Tours will include a tour of central Byram presented by Byram resident and architect, Patricia Baiardi Kantorski, A.I.A. whose tour is set for Saturday, June 27.

Prior to the walking tour, the architect will share intriguing stories about Byram’s history in a slide presentation at the Byram Shubert Library beginning at 10:00 a.m.

Immediately afterwards, a free architectural walking tour of central Byram will focus on buildings highlighted in the presentation.

RSVP today and learn about the unique architectural transformation of Byram from a “last frontier” 17th century village of farmers into the one-acre of side-by-side buildings and streetscapes that define Byram today.

Reservations are required. Email info@greenwich375.org

See also:

Blast from the Past: Pemberwick-Glenville Tour Stops at Never Built Rail Line, Nut & Bolt and Felt Factories


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  • John Thompson

    The picture above of the original fire house says ca. 1870, pt his must be a typo. The original fire house was built in the 1890’s and opened on Washington’s Birthday 1894. It was built at a cost of 2500.00 Dollars