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Atop the Trinity

Workers install a new roof on the steeple of historic Ashland church
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The steeple at Ashland's historic Trinity Episcopal Church, at 44 N. Second St., gets a new roof Tuesday. The steeple sits above a bell cast by celebrated founders Meneely Bell Co. of West Tory, N.Y., in 1899, and it continues to announce services to this day, according to the church's website. The church was built in the carpenter Gothic style in 1895. Pressure Point Roofing is doing the work on the steeple. Julia Moore / Daily Tidings
 Posted: 2:00 AM May 07, 2014

The steeple at Ashland's historic Trinity Episcopal Church, at 44 N. Second St., gets a new roof Tuesday.

The steeple sits above a bell cast by celebrated founders Meneely Bell Co. of West Tory, N.Y., in 1899, and it continues to announce services to this day, according to the church's website. The church was built in the carpenter Gothic style in 1895.

Pressure Point Roofing is doing the work on the steeple.

Julia Moore / Daily Tidings


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