This simple stone chapel with Gothic-styled windows would scarcely be worth noting were it not for the remarkable Queen Anne porch that spans the pair of chimneys that frame the entrance and in turn support a belfry. These signature elements were the work of the Lansdale architect whose eye-catching designs enliven nearby Doylestown in the same decade.
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Mechanicsville Presbyterian Church
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