Plumb's Lane Cottage
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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