Castle Rock Public School

Castle Rock Public School

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Halftone image. Cantril School in Castle Rock, Colorado. The building is made of rhyolite (stone) and is two stories tall with a bell tower. The building has double hung windows with transom lights over them. Steps lead up to the door, which is under the bell tower. Three people (a man and two children) stand in the doorway, which has an arched entry. The bell tower has four visible arches. The photo is taken looking to the northeast. A small shed or outhouse is visible in the back of the building. Flagpole on the extreme right of the photograph. 'Reistle' visible in bottom right corner.


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