Most tabernacles used for revival meetings date from the nineteenth century. Thus this building is unusual both for its date and for its survival. The large, airy wooden structure is well preserved. The high monitor roof created a chimney effect on hot summer nights. All of the original fittings, including the speaker's platform, choir tiers, and “mourners' bench,” remain. The structure is still in use.
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