Keith 1910 Congregational Church – National Trust Property
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About this site: Built in 1910 as a community project, voluntary labour used local stone to construct the Church. It has a corrugated galvanised iron gable-ended roof with small ventilators near the apex, and stone quoins dress the random rubble stonework. It is listed as a protected property by the National Trust of South Australia.
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