Plymouth: Historic Copper Eagle Blown Off Roof of Town Hall Needs Restoration


The eagle landed….but, she landed in the wrong spot after last weekend’s Nor’easter blew her off the top of the cupola of the new Plymouth Town Hall, which is the old 1820 courthouse.

“She” is the big and beautiful hollow copper eagle with gold gilt that is now awaiting restoration.

Bill Keohane is the chairman of the Plymouth Community Preservation Committee, the group overseeing the restoration of the 1820 courthouse.

This is the 5th time she has fallen off the courthouse, but that’s going back to the 1880′s, when she was made in Waltham.








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