Railroad Avenue

125 Railroad Avenue (BD-359) -- Ca. 1880. Queen Anne style. One of 2 cottages each 1-story and constructed on an L-plan with a projecting polygonal bay which terminates in a gable roof. Canted corner windows, angled window brackets. Cut-out verge screens. 
127 Railroad Avenue (BD-358) -- Ca. 1880. Queen Anne style. One of 2 cottages each 1-story and constructed on an L-plan with a projecting polygonal bay which terminates in a gable roof. Canted corner windows, angled window brackets. Cut-out verge screens. 
129 Railroad Avenue (BD-357) -- Ca. 1890. Queen Anne style. 2-story gable-roofed house with irregular plan. Gabled are enriched with decorative verge screens. 1-storyshed-roofed porch with turned posts and elaborate wood enrichment. 
226 Railroad Avenue (BD-348) -- (listed as Hancock and Railroad) Ca. 1925. 1-story front-gabled building with overhanging eaves, undercut gallery and 3-bay façade. Concrete block and corrugated metal cladding. (C) Fred McDonald house. 
301 Railroad Avenue (BD-400) -- Ca. 1900 with Bungalow-style alterations. 1-story hip-roofed house with 4-bay façade and projecting gable. Undercut gallery. 2 entrances in middle bays. Bungalow-style pyramidal columns on brick piers. (C) 
303 Railroad Avenue (BD-401) -- Ca. 1945. 1-story gable-roofed asbestos sided building with central entrance. (M)  (No longer standing)
305 Railroad Avenue (BD-402) -- Ca. 1900. 1-story 5x4-bay front-gabled house with undercut gallery. Entrances in second and fourth bay. Shingled pediment. (P) 
401 Railroad Avenue (BD-404) -- Ca. 1960. 1-story L-plan shotgun cottage with gable roof and two-sided gallery.  (Destroyed by hurricane Katrina)
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