The railroad erected these identical one-story houses for its workers. The simple wood-frame bungalows rise to hipped roofs, each with a single front-facing hipped dormer containing two multipane windows. Most of the cottages are still occupied as dwellings or are abandoned. One was converted to a community chapel, gaining a small open belfry. The most common alteration in these houses is the addition of a screened porch and a side dormer.
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