The 225-ton Masonic Temple has been moved across Clayton Road!
The building, first constructed in 1928, has been towed to its final resting place on Clayton Road next to the historic Galindo House, about 400-yards from where it sat for the past 85-years.
The Concord Historical Society will restore the Masonic Temple during the next two years, to create the Concord History Museum and Resource Center.
The entire project is costing about $620,000.
Developers are planning to build apartments on the temple’s former land.
You can click on each picture for a much larger view.
Thanks so much to “Killjoy” for the fantastic photos!