The railway district showcases a variety of old houses but these three little beauties, all in a row, are my favorites. They were called “shotgun cottages” in the early 1900s. They got their name from the saying that one could fire a shotgun through the front door and the pellets would fly cleanly through the house and out the back door…since all the inside doors are on the same side of the house like a train car.
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