This photo gallery taken on a recent fall morning when I spent a couple hours in Sudbury at the Wayside Inn. First popularized by Longfellow's book after the Civil War, and then further developed by Henry Ford in the early 20th century.

Wayside Inn
Formerly known as Howe's Tavern starting in 1716, the Taven was renamed after Henry Longfellow published a book of poems in 1863 about the Tavern. Longellows book is called "Tales of a wayside inn".

Grist Mill
Henry Ford's Grist Mill, near the Wayside Inn in Sudbury, MA.

Martha-Mary Chapel
In 1923, Cora Lemon sold the Inn to automobile manufacturer Henry Ford, and Ford built the Martha-Mary Chapel on the site in 1940, just across the street from the Wayside Inn.