Limited Edition Keepsake Ornament Sale

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    Lock 30, in the heart of Brunswick, was built from red Seneca sandstone, Patapsco granite, and some local stone. It powered a hub of activity, including C. F. Wenner's mill with docking facilities for canal boats and railroad cars.
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    The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad began construction of a 5-mile rail yard in 1890, the same year that the City of Brunswick was formally incorporated. This railroad, and its engines, would reshape Brunswick into a bustling company town with a population of over 5000.
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    The roundhouse was the "heart" of the railroad in the age of steam. Here toiled the boilermakers, mechanics, and other workers who kept the trains running. Brunswick's roundhouse was a local landmark until it was demolished in 1996. *LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE.*
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    Just as crucial to Brunswick is the Potomac River. The Potomac River has been central to Brunswick's identity from the time of Native Americans' who trapped eels in its shallows to the anglers, kayakers, and swimmers of today who enjoy its unspoiled waters and glorious sunsets.
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    The WB Tower, built around 1910, controlled the train traffic for the railroad and is currently still situated along the tracks. Plans are in the works to move the tower to a new location to ensure its ongoing preservation. This ornament captures the tower in its original location. *EXTREMELY LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE*
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    To receive your order, you may choose to have it mailed (to the address you have listed above) or you may pick it up on Dec. 21st from 2:00pm-6:00pm at the S'mores Kit Giveaway (outdoors/drive-through at 100 W. Potomac St.). Be prepared to show a receipt at pickup.