The Church of the Holy Transfiguration of Christ-on-the-Mount is surely one of the smallest churches ever built, but its significance is large, since it has spanned a range of periods of Woodstock history that justified its designation as a historical landmark in 2005. Also recognized as a rare surviving example of Gothic Revival architecture, the church has not displayed its landmark status, but a plaque will soon go up in front of its perch, high on Meads Mountain Road, calling attention to its role in the heyday of the Catskills resorts, the Byrdcliffe colony, and the Woodstock . . .
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