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A building that has been added on to at least twice.
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Creston Museum
219 Devon Street
Creston, BC
V0B 1G3

T: 250 428-9262
W: Creston Museum web page

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A building that has been added on to at least twice.

The original part of this building is the middle section, and was built in 1910. An identical section was added on to the west in 1912, and, in 1938, the large front section - now the main part of the building - was added.
Did you know?
It's the oldest (and largest) continuously-operating building of its kind in the Creston Valley.
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Three distinct rooflines clearly show where the three sections are.
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