Railroad Machine Shop
Lincoln, New Hampshire
Both photos courtesy of Bob's Photos.
The East Branch & Lincoln Railroad, built by James E. Henry, was the largest logging railroad in New England, covering about 72 miles, sidings included. And the railroad lasted far longer than any other logging line in the region. Construction began in 1894 and continued sporadically over a number of years. The last train chugged out of the Lincoln woods in 1948, fifty-four years later. Lincoln village was the site of a large sawmill and later a pulp mill and a paper mill built by James E. Henry. Henry's efforts created the large municipality of Lincoln, NH , arising from a wilderness home site in the 1890s. This kit represents the railroad machine shop for the East Branch & Lincoln Railroad.
• Length: 21"
• Width: 6.5"
This kit features:
• Laser cut wood for easy assembly
• Mold injected doors and windows
• Removable roof
• Peel-and-stick shingles
• Hinged doors can be opened and closed
• Simple step by step instructions
• Proudly made in the USA
This kit contains small parts and is not intended for small children.
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