I stumbled on this building while passing by the Freysville Cemetery on the corner of Freysville Road and Windsor Road in Red Lion, PA. It sits next to the Emmanuel United Church of Christ but is in the center of the cemetery. It has the traditional schoolhouse belfry and bell and the general shape of a 19th century schoolhouse but the windows look too narrow to let in a sufficient amount of light to be a schoolhouse. In addition, being in the middle of a cemetery would seem a bit creepy for a school, though I have seen schoolhouses that were located like that before. It would seem to be too ornate a structure to be just a grave digger's tool shed. I'll need to do a bit more research into this one to know for sure what it was/is.
Nikon 28-70mm F2.8 AFS lens @ 50mm.
Aperture priority mode F16, ISO 100, spot metering, exposure bracketed for one set of three frames with 1 stop variance (-1, 0, +1 EV range). Camera was tripod mounted and shutter triggered with Nikon infrared remote. Tone map post processing of the exposure brackets done with NIK HDR Efex Pro 2. Further processing done in Photoshop CS5.