Located between Unadilla and Pinehurst, this tiny vernacular chapel sits at the rear of a pecan orchard and in front of a cotton field. There’s a cemetery beside it, as well as wooden dinner-on-the-grounds tables. This congregation apparently still meets the third Sunday of each month.
This tiny vernacular chapel was one of the most interesting structures in Unadilla.
Thanks to Andrew Wood for the identification. I initially thought it to be railroad-related; it’s one of the most elaborate agricultural warehouses I have seen.