The Nail Museum

In 2003, Historical Society member Thomas Crognale, while on a vacation trip in Massachusetts, visited the Tremont Nail Company a working nail mill manufacturing plant. In 1819, the plant was owned by Isaac and Jared Pratt. These men owned the Harrisburg Nail Works from 1842 to 1859. The Harrisburg Nail Works was located along the … Continue reading The Nail Museum

The Journey of Trolley No. 7

In April 1902 there were over 200 men working on laying trolley tracks which extended from Harrisburg to Marysville. Following the interruption of the Pennsylvania Railroad's building of the Enola Yard, which started in 1903, a trolley line was finally completed and made its first trip through the new village of Enola on August 4, 1906. Like the … Continue reading The Journey of Trolley No. 7