A bus ride through time

Plainville offered a historical tour through the community last Saturday. The event, led by the Plainville Historical Society, had been rescheduled from Plainville’s 150th Anniversary celebrations over the summer due to heat. The trolley took community members through town and stopped at some historical sites, such as the old railroad station, the Charles H. Norton House, Cooke’s Tavern (which is now known as J. Timothy’s), the Plainville Historic Campground, the Congregational Church, and the Bristol Basin. Above, from left, Cheryl Provost, Crystal St. Lawrence, and Foster White were some of the volunteers at this event.