PICTURES FOR THE ARCHIVES: WINTER STORM NEMO
As the snow from last weekend’s epic blizzard begins to melt, and Kingstonians begin to dust themselves off, KingstonJournal.com presents our most stunning Kingston images from the storm, all captured on the morning after Winter Storm Nemo.
The memorizing photos below were all snapped by Judy Randall, a KJ.com-staffer and longtime Kingston resident.
A Kingston Harbormaster’s boat sits along the Jones River on the morning after Winter Storm Nemo.
The Bradford House stands unscathed the morning after Winter Storm Nemo.
Snow appears glued to the side of this antique Kingston home on Linden Street.
Crews clear fallen trees from Route 3A in Downtown Kingston.
The Landing Road Railroad Bridge in Kingston.
Local children took advantage of the snowy scenery, like these kids in Rocky Nook who were headed to a nearby hill to go sledding.
The view of Kingston Bay, with South Duxbury in the background, as seen from Gray’s Beach.
A breathtaking view of Sampson Pond, taken from Sampson park on Elm Street.
Local churches, like First Parish Kingston, seemingly blended in with the landscape on the morning after last weekend’s blizzard.
Sunshine Liquors, a local Kingston landmark, was almost unrecognizable the morning after Winter Storm Nemo.
A snow-scaped view of Cordage Park and South Kingston, taken from Gray’s Beach.