Recently I was driving down Hwy 5 towards Centerville. While passing through Woodstock I stopped to take a few photographs.
I found an old barn and a couple of churches
The first church was Methodist Episcopal Church. It was organized with eleven charter members in 1886.
The building is a Nineteenth Century “Gothic Revival Ecclesiastical” architectural structure and has been in continuous use as a house of worship since it was completed in 1893. Built with heart pine and square nails, the church still retains its structural integrity, including the original spire, pointed windows, and interior features, such as door and window trim, wainscoting, chancellor rail, wooden pews, and three early Twentieth Century hanging lighting fixtures.
The second church was Green Pond Presbyterian which was built in the 1895.
When I reached Centerville I stopped and took this photograph of a lumber mill.