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Widder Street East Drive Shed
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Widder Street East Drive Shed


This building, once located East of St. Marys Presbyterian Church on Widder Street, was demolished circa 1975. The building was originally built as a drive shed, a structure built for sheltering vehicles, farm machinery, and/or visitors' horses. The building was later converted to a hall for the Presbyterian Church. This long building appears to be built with a dark, possibly red brick. It features a gabled doorway, and ornate ironwork strap hinges on the arched front door. Hard copies of this image can be accessed at the St. Marys Museum & Archives.