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First Presbyterian Church
Perth Amboy, Middlesex County

  

Perth Amboy has two old churches that are listed on the National Register and the Presbyterian church could easily be a third. It sits on a large plot on a prominent intersection (Market Street) . It is a large stone building, but the memorable feature are the "steps" along the gable and at the top of the tower. It was built in the 1880s, I surmise; the church's own website tells nothing of its history or of the building.

 

 

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