Saturday, May 30, 2020

School House No.16

Andy | Saturday, May 30, 2020 | Best Blogger Tips
View of the exterior of former Atha School House constructed in 1864. Showing the pattern of openings with two doors on the front facade (one for each gender). It has been vacant for a number of years and has been registered as historic place.

13 comments:

  1. That's a building well worth preserving.

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  2. Nice old school house. Probably a lot of memories made there. Too bad about the graffiti.

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  3. That would make a great conversion.

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  4. Too bad the taggers were not better educated. I see a need for more schoolings.

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  5. Let's hope it gets a new use, Andy!

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  6. Old (building) and new (tagging) all in one spot. I think I know which I prefer.

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  7. My goodness, didn't know there were doors once for boys and girls to enter into.

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  8. We've seen a few with two doors like that in the rural farm areas-- unused and decaying.

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  9. Two the same doors for children, people had such strange ideas in the past....as if nobody had brothers and sisters at home!

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