Above: A carriage that belonged to Gov. Andrew Gregg Curtin that is now displayed at Curtin Village faces an uncertain future as exposure to the elements is taking a toll. Curtin, a friend of Abraham Lincoln, rode the carriage to the Gettysburg Address.
Above: A carriage that belonged to Gov. Andrew Gregg Curtin that is now displayed at Curtin Village faces an uncertain future as exposure to the elements is taking a toll. Curtin, a friend of Abraham Lincoln, rode the carriage to the Gettysburg Address. CDT photo
Above: A carriage that belonged to Gov. Andrew Gregg Curtin that is now displayed at Curtin Village faces an uncertain future as exposure to the elements is taking a toll. Curtin, a friend of Abraham Lincoln, rode the carriage to the Gettysburg Address. CDT photo

Elegance in peril: Historic horse-drawn carriage faces decay at Curtin Village

January 17, 2015 07:15 PM

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