Walpole Union Chapel
The Walpole Union Chapel building was started in 1886 by Harvey Gaul and finished seven years later. Gaul donated this land to the Walpole Sewing Society, and in 1896 he donated the church to the community, deeding it over to its first trustees Enoch Goudy, Gilbert Curtis, and Elden Oliver. It is said that the bell in the tower came from an abandoned locomotive. The church functioned as a nondenominational place of worship for the residents of Walpole. In the late 1990s a devoted local group formed a non-profit and restored the building. Since then the beautiful Walpole Union Chapel reopens for Christmas Eve service and other special events.