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|A view of central Trevorton
about the turn of the century.
Shamokin Street is running left to right through the center of this
|The "Old Building" was
built in 1903 at a cost of $32,000.
It is situated on the South side of Shamokin St. between 5th and 6th Streets.
The High School building was built next to the old building in 1917 at a cost of $ 65,000.
The auditorium,/gymnasium building to the rear of the "Old Building" was built in 1931 at a cost of $ 164,684. The vocational training building, to the rear of the auditorium /gymnasium building, was built at the end of the Second World War.
|The Market Street School
was built in 1872 for $ 2,500 .
It was torn down around 1980.
|The building to the left of the
school is the original Hose
house. It was also known as
the "Opera House".
|The clock tower ("Town
Clock") was added to the
school building in 1915.
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