In 1881, the Cloverdale Fairgrounds Town Hall moved to the Surrey Now-Leader Museum

In 1881, the Cloverdale Fairgrounds Town Hall moved to the Surrey Now-Leader Museum

The Surrey Town Hall, built in 1881, was relocated to the Surrey Museum on Wednesday evening, where it was located on a historic campus with other historic buildings.

The move is part of the museum's $ 15.7 million expansion project. The 137-year-old building joins the Anderson Cabin and the 127-year-old Anniedale School, which was relocated to the museum in September.

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