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The F&M Trolley Barn was purchased and restored by F&M Bank in 2001. Formerly the McCanless Motor Company garage, the building is representative of the standard commercial design of the first half of the twentieth century. It was originally built to serve a growing population and an ever increasing automobile industry. The building was placed on the National Register for Historic Places in 1999.

Adjacent to the F&M Trolley Barn at 123 Liberty Street, the newly designed Waterworks Visual Arts Center is housed. This building served as the repair shop for the McCanless Motor Company dealership showroom. Both of these buildings serve as an anchor of historic value to downtown Salisbury.

The F&M Trolley Barn provides a wonderful home for the Downtown Salisbury Trolleys. This space not only houses these historic touring vessels, but also provides an excellent venue for wedding receptions, annual meetings, holiday events and more.

For more information about renting the F&M Trolley Barn for your next event please click below.

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