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One of the most picturesque covered bridges in the region, the Meech Creek Bridge (built in 1924) measures only 65 feet (19 metres). Its pastoral setting add to its charm.
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This town hall, originally a post office and federal building, was built in 1927
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This house served as a hospital during the 1920s.
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G. F. Hodgins ran one of the local brickyards that produced Shawville's distinctive red brick.
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Pontiac Lodge No. 40.
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Decorative wood trim is a feature of many of the buildings in Shawville.
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The trim on this balcony adds a touch of elegance to an otherwise plain house.
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The church suffered was gutted during the Shawville fire of 1906.
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Most of the commercial buildings in Shawville were built of brick. Some of the brick facades have since been painted.
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