|Looking up Stone Street from Washington c.1970|
Stone Street begins on Washington Street
and travels west, ending at Exchange Street, near the Arsenal Street
bridge. The street was named for Orin Stone, an early Watertown
settler. What comprises Stone Street was once a pathway that led to Stone's farm that was located on what is today South Massey Street
The intersection of Stone and Washington
Streets early on proved to be of great importance, as Watertown's
first banks were built at this site. This site is still a banking center today. Stone Street has long been a mixture of businesses and residences.
Notable Structures on Stone Street
Stone Street Presbyterian Church
Jefferson County Savings Bank
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