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Demolition begins on Yankee Pedlar in Holyoke

View Full Article Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



This is an aerial view of the Yankee Pedlar, in Holyoke, taken in June before it was demolished.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.In the background the steeple from the First Lutheran Church on Northampton Street can be seen.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon. The Hildreth House, which served as the entrance for the Yankee Pedlar, will remain and be used in the design of the new bank.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.


Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



Demolition on the Yankee Pedlar began this week. More than half of the restaurant and inn was removed by Tuesday afternoon.



The horse that stood in front of the Yankee Pedlar has been moved to the Holyoke Merry-go-Round.



The historic house that was once part of the Yankee Pedlar inn has been moved to a lot on Pine and Hampden streets. Here the house is seen on the June 24 moving day before it was lifted up to steel beams over the spot where the foundation will be.



The Yankee Pedlar was a popular spot for weddings, banquets and proms before it closed in 2016.



After the Yankee Pedlar was sold, a wide variety of restaurant equipment and memorabilia was auctioned.

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