↓↓ A triptych of the Presbyterian Church, 1879. It seems to have been a residence ever since we have been in the area (10 years), usually with firewood piled out front. The disused church speaks of a different time when there 4 churches in this hamlet. The other 3 remain, but I imagine that they struggle to stay viable.
Pretty much across the street from the church is a garage of sorts with an interesting old vehicle out front along with a bit of rubble. Keep in mind that this is main street. ↓↓ Of interest: I did spot any number of gleaming motorcycles out back, but I chose not to encroach. Maybe next time.
Back on the church side and just a few doors down is the General Store. ↓↓ I'm not sure why I didn't go in: sort sort of shy attack, I guess. But it looks interesting, and I'd like to return.
If you look in the left and blurred distance of the above shot, you see the location of the next diptych shot of The Old Mill, commonly called the Ashton Pub. ↓↓ It doesn't look too appealing on the outside but it said to be authentically English on the inside.
Having spent 3 years in UK I can honestly state this is a better "Brit" pub then most in UK. There are great pubs in UK as well but the food sometimes leaves a bit to be desired. Not so The Old Mill!. Great food, craft beer on site and great atmosphere...like the Public Houses of old! Trip AdvisorIt kind of inspires me to go back. I wonder how they feel about cameras on the inside.