Old Albany Schoolhouse

Old Albany Schoolhouse The Old Albany Schoolhouse is a structure in Nemaha County, Kansas that was used as a school from the time of its construction circa 1866-67 to 1963.

The school is one of the last remnants of the town of Albany, which declined after a railroad was built closer to the neighboring town of Sabetha. The school is a two story rough limestone structure in the Plains Vernacular style. The corners are marked with quoins, and the school is covered by a hipped roof. After brief service as a church the school became the a museum in 1965, and now serves as the centerpiece of the Albany Museum complex. Other buildings include a railroad museum, windmill, caboose, antique automobiles, tractors and a 1950s period farmhouse. sThe school was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on April 13, 1972.

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2 Main St, # OF
Sabetha, KS


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