Dennis Lennox

CP Contributor

Unusual Today, But Typical for a Church From the 1880s

Trinity Church in Bay City, Michigan, is similar to other churches of its era. Built between 1885 and 1887, the limestone and sandstone edifice was designed for the Episcopalian congregation by local architect Philip C. Floeter in the then-fashionable style of Gothic Revival. Today, Trinity would be unusual because as the old adage goes, they just don't build them like this anymore.

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