La brique rouge de Shawville / The red brick of Shawville
Photos - Matthew Farfan.
Decorative wood trim is a feature of many of the buildings in Shawville.
The trim on this balcony adds a touch of elegance to an otherwise plain house.
The church suffered was gutted during the Shawville fire of 1906.
Most of the commercial buildings in Shawville were built of brick. Some of the brick facades have since been painted.
G. F. Hodgins ran one of the local brickyards that produced Shawville's distinctive red brick.
This town hall, originally a post office and federal building, was built in 1927
This house served as a hospital during the 1920s.