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Railroad YMCA (former)
This nearly ruined structure is a smaller but notable exercise in the French Renaissance style, similar to its elder neighbor, Main Street Station. The building possesses a significant array of ornamental brickwork and terra-cotta. It was constructed to serve railroad workers from the numerous rail facilities in the area.
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