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Dartings Sinclair (now a Mobil Service Station)
This small service station suggests that it is a miniature, many-gabled dwelling. Each of its two small entrances reaches up into a steeply pitched gable, which is repeated a few feet back onto the roof. The walls of these second gables are shingled, as is the roof beyond.
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