Interior shots of newly finished interior rooms completed by the
Thousand Island Bridge Authority.
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Living Room Fireplace
View of staircase form third floor balcony. In total, Boldt Castle has six floors.
Ballroom of Boldt Castle.
Dining Room looking out to the St. Lawrence River.
First Floor Reading Room.
First floor fireplace in Reading Room
First floor fireplace at base of staircase in grand entrance.
Picture of staircase leading from first to second floor, third floor, and fourth floor dome.
Grand entry Dome on fourth floor.
Louise Boldt’s bedroom
George Boldt’s bedroom
Second floor bedroom
Mrs. Boldt’s second floor living area.
Bedroom view of the St. Lawrence River.
Boldt Castle dome
Matthew J. Niewenhous in deteriorated Alster Tower. This was the living space of the Boldts while the castle was being built.
Alster Tower view of St. Lawrence River.
Alster Tower entertainment space. This was the living space of the Bolds while the castle was being built.
Alster Tower bowling ally. This was the living space of the Boldts while the castle was being built.
Matthew J. Niewenhous sitting in Dovecote.
Photos by Matthew J. Niewenhous
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