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Trevorton, Pennsylvania
A view of central Trevorton about the turn of the century.
Shamokin Street is running left to right through the center of this

The Trevorton Public Schools
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.
  An arial view of the
current High School


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