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Our mission is to preserve and promote New London's historic character through education, advocacy and the rehabilitation of historic structures.

Exterior of David Bishop House, New London CT, December 2016

Our office at 49 Washington Street contains extensive files on all National Register Historic Districts and Individually Listed Sites in New London. Additional files are kept on individual structures, listed by street address. Historic and current photos files, newspaper clippings, maps and a variety of historic documents are included in the files.

If you'd like to research in our archives, request an appointment by calling 860-442-0003 or emailing


The Rescue of Richardson's Last Station is a 30-minute 1978 documentary about New London's Union Station, built by famed architect Henry Hobson Richardson in 1888. The film tells the story of the building and the  community efforts to save this landmark from demolition in 1976. 

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

New London Landmarks serves a broadly diverse community, and we are committed to honoring and preserving the places and histories that reflect this diversity.  In order to meet this commitment effectively, we need to pursue diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects of our work, including our programming, community engagement, and board, volunteer and staff recruitment. 

The Rescue of Mr Richardsons Last Station 1978

The Rescue of Mr Richardsons Last Station 1978

Thank you to our funders.

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