Birdie's Tavern is typical of late Nineteenth Century commercial architecture that remains today in small cities and rural towns across the United States and Canada. The tall, narrow windows with decorative arched window heads and recessed front doorway are common, distinctive features of buildings that housed the bustling commerce in business districts along the old railway lines. Birdie's Tavern is not a model of a specific prototype, but rather a composite of typical period architectural details.
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- 4 Walls
- 2 Chimneys
- 2 Vestibule Side Panels
- 1 Entry Door
- 3 Sheets Clear Window Material
- 4 Roof Support Materials
- 1 Sheet Roof Material