MV Obsession

My obsession with Martha's Vineyard.. phototography..genealogy and life in general and this and that…

Railings Of The Vineyard …
















Any guesses as to where some of these are ?


Author: mvobsession

I'm married, I have two daughters and two grandchildren and they all love MV. Enjoy my MV blog and contact me if I can answer any questions. This blog started out as strictly about Martha's Vineyard but over the years I've branched out to include other obsessions and interests. I enjoy photography and like sharing my photos here as well. Hope you enjoy :)

10 thoughts on “Railings Of The Vineyard …

  1. They are all beautiful ! I think the last one is at Gay Head Light?!

  2. You’re right. Pretty impressive my friend for someone who has never been to MV 🙂

  3. i think the brick one looks like a lighthouse….not a clue on the name…. :/ and again, no idea where it is…. thinking somewhere near the flying horses….but i LOVE the porch? rail with the carousel horses…. too cool!!!!!

  4. oh ha…..i just realized that pic #12 is the big gazebo in front of all the huge old houses….including that fancy mansion that i think burned down and had to be rebuilt?? again…not a clue on the names….but since i live in georgia i get a free pass!! 😉

  5. You are good at guessing, I’ve taught you well 🙂 The brick one is also Gay Head Lighthouse. The porch rail with carousel horses is right down the street from the Flying Horses. You do indeed get a free pass 🙂

  6. Wait! I live south of Boston and have been to MVY. Not for about ten years now though unfortunately. I love photographer Alison Shaw!!, (deceased) author Philp Craig (mvy mysteries) and CBStark sale emails still tempt me!
    Your blog reminds me of happy visits!

  7. Oops… I am so sorry, was replying to someone else and got you mixed up. I love Alison Shaw as well and am inspired by her. So many talented people on the Vineyard. Again, sorry for the mix up 🙂

  8. Well there’s the gay head light, and the circular porch with drapery is the large white house right next to the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown – I think it’s a historical society museum or something like that (I should remember this, as I stayed right across the street last summer in a lovely old whaling captains house… but for some reason the house’s exact purpose escapes me). There is the pink house railing in the campground in Oak Bluffs, and the bandstand gazebo also in Oak Bluffs… and possibly a part of the Kelley House railing on second floor with flag, but not sure.

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