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Lock Keeper’s House is open for business
The old house on the corner of 17th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. NW was a shuttered reminder of days long ago when the swamp was real. It’s the second oldest home (behind Georgetown’s Old Stone House) as an 1837 reminder … Continue reading
Sights from the sidewalk
Well look what I found while walking near the Lock Keeper’s House at 17th and Constitution Ave. N.W. Sitting on two pallets are concrete steps and a huge rock with a plaque noting the canal that predated Constitution Ave. They’re … Continue reading
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