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  • Date 1901–1950 Xcheckmark
  • Location Duke Street Corridor Xcheckmark
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45 Georges Street

38 King Street

38 King Street

Duke Street

Two story, hipped roof structure. Undergone significant alterations and additions. A shed roof is located above a one story addition on the west of the main building. One story, hipped roof addition on the east, parged and painted gray. Several shipping container additions to the ...

31 Duke Street

One story, shed roof building. A door is located on the east and two board doors and a board casement found on the north. Another door is located on the west. Two aluminum awnings are located above the east and north door. Addition along the ...

31 Duke Street

One story, two bay, L-Shaped, hipped roof house painted off-white with a gray curtain. Two board doors painted gray are located on the south. A porch is located on the northeast corner. The flooring of the porch is painted red and it is enclosed with ...

33 Duke Street

One story, thee-gabled house painted cream with gray curtain. The front has central projecting bay surrounded by three-sided veranda. Decorative verge board is found along the eaves. Both casements and 6/6 windows are found throughout each with flanking wood louvers. The front has central double door ...

William Knibb Baptist Church

Named in honor of the Baptist minister and influential abolitionist William Knibb, who served as pastor of this church from 1830 until his death in 1845 and effectively argued for abolitionism in the English Parliament, the Knibb Memorial Church has numerous monuments to his memory. Deeply involved ...

24 King Street

Yellow with white trim, rectangular building with single bay, shed roof porch. s-bay, two double doors. 6x6 sash windows with metal interior bars, decorative transoms on doors. additional door with decorative transom above into bay. Rear half of building used as kitchen, the bay is ...