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The Amherstburg Stage – c. 1880

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From Frederick Neal’s 1909 book “The Township of Sandwich”:

    The Amherstburg Stage

    Ready to start from the Windsor Post Office with mail for Sandwich and Amherstburg and intermediate points. Wm. Fox, the veteran stage driver, stands at the rear of his, horse, near the seat. This mode of carrying the mails was discontinued June 3, 1907. The Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway now carries the mail between these points

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