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United Presbyterian Church, Binghamton

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42 Chenango Street, Binghamton, NY 13901

Website: http://upcbgm.org/

Date of Construction: 1863

Style: Romanesque Revival

Architect / Builder: J.J. Lyon


Designated a historic landmark, this Romanesque Style edifice is the second oldest church in Binghamton. Built in 1863 after a fire destroyed the building it contains a Tiffany Mosaic at the rear of the pulpit and a Tiffany stained glass window in the narthex.

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