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Honesdale and the Stourbridge Lions
by Vernon Leslie, Wayne County Historian. Part I of this book was originally published in 1979. It tells the story of the original locomotive made in Stourbridge, England, in 1829 and brought to Honesdale, Pa. by the D & H Canal Co. where it was the first locomotive to run on commercial track in America. Part II tells of the commemorative celebration in 1929, the building of the exact replica of the first Lion in 1933, and its career afterwards. Excellent index, 163 page soft cover.