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In Black Diamond: Weather slows restoration work

Originally published in the Globe-News, March 19, 1976

Restoration of the circa 1885 train depot on Railroad Avenue in Black Diamond slowed down during cold weather, said… 477 more words

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27 Summit Avenue

This street is part of Nortonville, an early twentieth-century neighborhood located south of the central business district. This sidehall plan, in either 1 1/2- or 2 1/2-story (often kneewall) configuration began eith the Greek revival c. 63 more words

25 Summit Avenue

This street is part of Nortonville, an early twentieth-century neighborhood located south of the central business district. This sidehall plan, in either 1 1/2- or 2 1/2-story (often kneewall) configuration began with the Greek revival c. 76 more words

4 Summit Avenue

This street is part of Nortonville, an early twentieth-century neighborhood located south of the central business district. This two-story frame house with distinguishing jerkinhead roof retails its original integrity. 29 more words

28 Fairview Street

This is one of many jerkinhead gable houses in the neighborhood. Original porch columns and brackets remain. This street is part of Nortonville, an early twentieth-century neighborhood located south of the central business district. 29 more words

26 Fairview Street

This is a well-preserved, typical two-story frame house with original porch details. This street is part of Nortonville, an early twentieth-century neighborhood located south of the central business district. 30 more words

3 Fairview Street

The original clapboards, shingles in the gable and porch details remain on this two-story frame house. This street is part of Nortonville, an early twentieth-century neighborhood located south of the central business district. 30 more words