By Jeff Dornan
The Peterborough Examiner
“If these walls could talk” is a familiar adage and if it were true a small and unassuming wooden building located just east of Norwood’s downtown would have some stories to tell.
Built in 1836, it is likely Norwood’s oldest building still in use. However one of the most interesting parts about this buildings history is the fact that it has the well-earned distinction of also being the most travelled building in town — having been lifted and moved no less than three times in its 184 years.