Small prairie towns have some of the most intriguing architecture, and though I’m in & out of Redcliff all the time, I only noticed this quaint old building for the first time this week. It was built to be the “Redcliff Hardware”, probably 100 years ago or so, and now it’s the Pizza joint. The fancy brick trim, and the funky paint job, the false front, the awning and the cute little castle trim all combine to create it’s “character”. Better check out the pizza next time I’m there.
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