On the third floor of the Hyde Block building, up a vintage-looking staircase and past the gas-lamp replicas is a door that leads to nowhere – no corridor, no room behind it, only a portal into a time that can only be accessed by furnishings of a certain era. That is its purpose.
“Our old buildings are the only thing we have to show our children of what this town used to be like,” the building’s owner, Fred Thurston, said. “If we lose our downtowns, we lose an important factor in our history.”
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