Inside the Civil War Monument at Mt Albion cemetery. The spiral staircase can be taken to the top of the monument where a lovely view of the surrounding cemetery can be seen. On the 9 marble slabs you can see the names of 463 local residents who died fighting the war.
Front view of St Joseph's Cemetery Chapel in Albion, NY. Built in 1920 of red Medina Sandstone. Constructed in the Romanesque style. Located at the entrance to the cemetery. Opposite the chapel is Route 31.
Front of the Mt. Albion Chapel. Constructed of Medina Sandstone in 1875. Located at the cemetery entrance off of Route 31. Built in a Gothic Revival style. The Chapel is listed on the Historic Registry.
Front entry of the First Presbyterian Church. Built in 1875 of rose Sandstone; it features English Gothic architecture. Located on E. State St and Route 98. You can see several businesses across Route 98 and the Post Office.
Sideview of the Church along E. State St. Directly opposite is the County Courthouse with large white columns and at the far end of the square is the Pullman Church. The post office can be seen across the street.
Front entry of the Holy Family Church. Built of Medina Sandstone in 1896. Located on W Park St in Albion. Towards the corner with Route 98 you can see the rectory, a bit of the Pullman Church, and the County jail.