Peermont Train Station
Built on Railroad Avenue by Enos Williams in 1889, this train station was eventually replaced in 1926 by the station on 21st Street. Railroad Avenue now runs behind the Avalon Post Office (shown here), but the remains of the Peermont Train Station were later relocated behind the Ridley house on 33rd Street.
Peermont Station (1920/1939) by UnknownThe Avalon History Center
Avalon's first train station before it was replaced in 1926.
The remains of the Peermont Railroad Station behind the Ridley house.
Built in the 1890s by John Berner, the Ridley house was originally on the beach, but it was moved due to tidal encroachment.
The Belfry house as it is today.
Reichert Cottage (circa. 1890) by UnknownThe Avalon History Center
This cottage was built in the 1890s for John F. Reichert, who was a director of ABICO.
Reichert Cottage today on the corner of First Avenue and 33rd Street.
Charles Wilkinson Cottage (circa. 1890) by Thomas R. FoxThe Avalon History Center
This house was build for Charles Wilkinson of ABICO in 1890.
Wilkinson Cottage on First Avenue.
Zacharia Shaw Cottage (1891/1899) by Thomas R. FoxThe Avalon History Center
Located on 31st Street, this house was built in 1891 for Zacharia Shaw of ABICO. Shaw called his home the "Hollywood Villa."
Shaw Cottage on 31st Street.
Sea Lark Sign (1946) by UnknownThe Avalon History Center
The man in this 1946 photograph is thought to be William Pancoast, the original proprietor.
The present-day Sealark located on First Avenue.
Sand Spur (circa. 1890) by UnknownThe Avalon History Center
Sand Spur on 32nd Street.
The Weintraub Sisters (1915) by UnknownThe Avalon History Center
The three Weintraub sisters with unidentified family members.