A delightfully diminutive building with Gothic details, this Episcopal church is fronted by a tiny, gabled vestibule mimicking the larger facade behind. Scalloped bargeboards decorate both front gables, as well as those of the transepts. A basement was added when the church was moved from its original site early in the twentieth-century. Vertical board-andbatten siding and polygonal transept bays make the building seem more architecturally akin to a small railroad depot than to a church, which is not altogether inappropriate for its time and place.
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Church of the Incarnation
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