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Clintwood Methodist Church

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1911. 426 E. Main St.

Standing like a castle guarding the corner, this Gothic Revival church built of rusticated stone has two corner towers—a short square one with a castellated top and a taller square tower that has been shorn of its steeple. Large pointed-arched stained glass windows and parapeted gables are among the details that make this church the most stylish in Dickenson County.

Writing Credits

Author: 
Anne Carter Lee

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