Thursday Doors – Some of Boston’s More Interesting Doors

Two years ago, I took a couple of photo tours in Boston with Saba of PhotoWalks Tours. These are some doors that I captured on those tours.

For more information on Thursday Doors, please see Norm Frampton’s site at

28 thoughts on “Thursday Doors – Some of Boston’s More Interesting Doors

  1. reocochran

    The choices were exquisite, Chris! Each had their special features, colors and unique details. Thank you for adding to my evening pleasures. Fun to think of living in one of these places. 🙂

      1. reocochran

        Thanks for sharing these beautiful doors, Chris!
        It is one of the special side benefits to being part of the Doors community, imagining what is found behind the doors. . . 🙂

      2. milfordstreet Post author

        I agree. It is fun to capture the doors. I got a couple of cool ones while out taking photos this morning. Have a great week Robin.

  2. Emilio Pasquale

    Some great doors here. We have nothing to compare, really. No imagination here in Las Vegas! 😦

  3. Norm 2.0

    As usual, great shots Chris.
    You post just reminds me of how much I want to get back down to Boston to explore some of the older neighborhoods for interesting doors. There’s no shortage of lovely old architecture to choose from.

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Norm. I went out this morning exploring Charlestown, near the Bunker Hill Monument. It is a really pretty neighborhood that I seldom get to visit.


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