Preservation in the News - March 16, 2012
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Davis & Elkins unveils Center for Railway Tourism
Outlet: State Journal - Online
Most recently, he managed a new website devoted to rail history, travel and preservation sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Heritage Travel division. Titled "Journeys for a Railroad Tourist," this Gozaic Circle includes a wee...
Woodside’s Filoli Mansion Boasts Many Volunteers (VIDEO)
Jennifer Gonzalez 03/16/12
Outlet: KQED-FM - Online
The South Bay’s Filoli, an historic mansion located just south of the Crystal Springs Reservoir in Woodside, Calif., has the largest volunteer corps of all the historic sites of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The more than 1,200 volunt...
Lessons in adaptive reuse from a Croatian palace
Chuck Wolfe 03/16/12
Recently, the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Seattle-based Preservation Green Lab made urbanist media headlines with a report stating the environmental benefits of green retrofits of historic buildings, as compared to new, state-of-the-ar...
Old Salida Opera House Faces Demolition
Outlet: Colorado Central Magazine
They have been in touch with Colorado Preservation, Inc. and have discussed the possibility of grants from National Trust for Historic Preservation, State Historical Fund, Housing and Urban Development money and U.S. Forest Service grants, but time i...
WestSide Superblock - Endangered Maryland 2012 site
Jennifer Keats Curtis 03/16/12
Outlet: Maryland Life - Online
By 1998, the once-thriving area was listed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as one of the nation’s “11 most endangered historic sites” because it is one of the finest collections of historically and architecturally significant building...