Front view of the Boxwood Chapel at the entrance to the cemetery. Built in 1903 using mostly brown Sandstone from the McCormick Quarry. The design is typical of Gothic Revival architecture. Route 63 can be seen adjacent to the entrance.
Front entrance to St. John's Episcopal Church. Known as the "church in the middle of the road" in Ripley's Believe It or Not. It is bordered by Church St on the East and West and E. Center St on the North.
Front view of Medina Village Hall. Made entirely of Medina Sandstone. Features Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Photo take from across Route 63. Opposite from the Village Hall is the Diana Theatre. Part of the Historic Downtown area of Medina can be seen along Route 63.
Front view of the Medina Railroad Depot. Currently used as the Medina Senior Center. The Depot was built in 1908 of red sandstone. Located adjacent to the Falls Road Railroad which runs between Lockport and Brockport, NY.