QuikTrip is paying to move this 1902 Victorian home at 715 N. Topeka near where it plans to build a new store. The Historic Preservation Alliance hasn’t decided where to put the house yet, but QuikTrip will pay to build the new foundation, too.
QuikTrip is paying to move this 1902 Victorian home at 715 N. Topeka near where it plans to build a new store. The Historic Preservation Alliance hasn’t decided where to put the house yet, but QuikTrip will pay to build the new foundation, too. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
QuikTrip is paying to move this 1902 Victorian home at 715 N. Topeka near where it plans to build a new store. The Historic Preservation Alliance hasn’t decided where to put the house yet, but QuikTrip will pay to build the new foundation, too. Jaime Green The Wichita Eagle
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QuikTrip saves Victorian home on North Topeka near where it plans new store (VIDEO)

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