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Library (West Crook Street School)
This one-story stone building is a box with a central arched entrance projecting from the center of the facade. Stone quoins, windowsills, and lintels relieve the rough stone surface. A squat stone arch resting on low stone piers creates an entry under the gable roof of the entrance. In addition to functioning as a school, the building has been a garage and is now a library.
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