Transfer House

Transfer House

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Decatur, Illinois has the distinction of having a street corner which is the intersection of Main Street and Main Street: North-and-South Main Street, and East-and-West Main Street. Up to 1962, when it was rebuilt to facilitate traffic on U. S. highway 51, this intersection was a wide square called Lincoln Square (originally Central Block), and had a small round building in its center called the Transfer House.

Serves as a shopping resting place and is used by the Downtown Decatur Council as offices and public information center.

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