Liverpool 2003 Postcards

Commemorating the First Annual Canal Boat Drop in Liverpool on New Years Eve 2002
Sponsored by the Liverpool Historians

Set of 3 postcards now available. Actual size is 4" by 6".

>> Two views of the canal boat drop at midnight.
>> One card is the poem of Old Liverpool Town, written by Pat Campbell, and read by her at the Liverpool Historians' evening memorial service prior to the canal boat drop.
The post cards are postally useable.

Set of 3 cards is $6.00

The cards are on display and offered for sale in the lobby of the First National Bank of Liverpool. They can also be purchased from Pat Campbell, 717-444-3630, or from Darla Dunlap, 717-444-3087.

You may also order the set. Write to:
Liverpool Historians, P.O. Box 55, Liverpool, PA 17045
Add $1.00 for postage, for a total of $7.00.
Personal checks must clear before shipping, allow 10 days.

Proceeds benefit the Liverpool Historians, a non-profit organization, for funding future community events and restoration projects.
The canal boat was engineered and built by Jim Dunlap and is an exact scale model of the original 1800's Liverpool canal boat, which was locally built in Liverpool for use on the Pennsylvania Canal.
Photography by Neil Wingenroth.