Oldest Tunnel in the United States
Standard Size Chrome Postcard in Very Good, Unused Condition. This post card was made by Dexter Press, Inc., and published by Lebanon County Historical Society. Card is numbered 76856.
Back of Card:
This tunnel was blasted out of solid rock with black powder in 1825 - 1827 and was a part of the Old Union Canal. It is located just northwest of the city of Lebanon, PA.
Ansco color by R. William Uhler
About Our Postcards
All items we sell come from a non-smoking home and are stored with loving care until they can be sent to their new owners. Individual cards are mailed in a protective archival rigid post card sleeve; multiple cards are mailed in a protective post card album with archival pages.
We accept returns if notified within 14 days of receipt of the item. The item must be returned in the same condition as when shipped.