Revival Style, which lasted from 1830 to 1860, was used for
everything from cottages to castles. The most predominant
feature is the pointed arch. Other features include
pinnacles, battlements, window tracery, high roofs, and high chimneys.
Several churches in downtown York incorporate this style. They
include the original Masonic Temple, St. Johns Episcopal, and
First St. Johns Evangelical.
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