Machinist's Hall

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This meetinghouse was once a school, and it is said to be haunted by flickering lights in the night. Voices have been heard behind the building, as well. Note: Some Internet sites mistakenly call it “Mechanists Hall.”

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F St and 8th Ave
Conroy, IA 52220
United States

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41.728515478191035, -91.99497598623049
Iowa County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Conroy, IA (0.1 mi.)
South Amana, IA (3.6 mi.)
Williamsburg, IA (4.7 mi.)
West Amana, IA (5.7 mi.)
High Amana, IA (5.9 mi.)
Marengo, IA (6.2 mi.)
Middle Amana, IA (6.8 mi.)
Homestead, IA (6.9 mi.)
Amana, IA (8.1 mi.)
East Amana, IA (9.3 mi.)


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  1. It is CORRECTLY called the Machinist’s Hall because it’s the HQ for the Machinist’s Union for the Amana/Whirpool factory a few miles away.

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