Portsmouth Fabric Company | Penhallow Street

This view from Penhallow Street towards the waterfront is usually pretty interesting.  On a busy weekend you might see people flocking to Annabelle’s for ice cream, or on a summer evening you’ll see crowds heading towards the Decks, or during the winter you might see a massive freighter loading/unloading some materials on the Portsmouth docks.

Today you can see the Middle (Sarah Long) Bridge and the Piscataqua River Bridge in the distance and in the window.  It also didn’t hurt to have the most colorful van on the planet in the shot either.

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Post # 100 | North Church

Today’s post marks #100 on The Daily Portsmouth!  Please mark the occasion by forwarding to someone who would like to enjoy Portsmouth as much as you do.  Today’s image is the North Church, the beacon of Portsmouth, visible from many places throughout the City day and night.  Seen here from the rooftop of the High/Hanover St. Parking Garage.

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Post # 100 | North Church

Today’s post marks #100 on The Daily Portsmouth!  Please mark the occasion by forwarding to someone who would like to enjoy Portsmouth as much as you do.  Today’s image is the North Church, the beacon of Portsmouth, visible from many places throughout the City day and night.  Seen here from the rooftop of the High/Hanover St. Parking Garage.

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Gilley's PM Lunch | Portsmouth, NH

Gilley’s is one of the true institutions among Portsmouth eateries.  It was recently deemed the best place for late night food by The Beer Drinking Report, and was awarded the Phantom Gourmet’s Hidden Jewel.  This shot was taken from the top floor of the City’s High/Hanover St. parking garage.

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Gilley’s PM Lunch | Portsmouth, NH

Gilley’s is one of the true institutions among Portsmouth eateries.  It was recently deemed the best place for late night food by The Beer Drinking Report, and was awarded the Phantom Gourmet’s Hidden Jewel.  This shot was taken from the top floor of the City’s High/Hanover St. parking garage.

Full size here:  FLICKR