34 State Street
These two small vernacular houses, located on the south bank of the canal, were moved to their current site during the first quarter of the twentieth- century. The larger two-and-one-half- story house was moved from North Main Street to allow for expansion of the canal in 1910. Prior to the canal enlargement, Plumb's lane was a pleasant tree shaded dirt lane running along the south bank of the canal between North Main Street and State Street. The smaller one and one-half- story house was moved in 1925 from State Street to make room for a gas station. Both structures are good examples of late nineteenth-century modest village housing.
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