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Assembling ties at Savage 1908.
In the photo, one building remains in 2020 - the Razors Edge Barbershop, then the Garvey Store (originally owned by John Berrisford). Also shown is the steeple of the 1902 St. John the Baptist Church.

Source: Dan Patch Electric Railroad informational booklet - 1908.

Assembling ties at Savage, Minnesota. Back of this scene is the town of Savage; named after President Savage. The picture shown here shows that we have begun to put the finishing touches on the first section. The picture shows that we are assembling ties along the route preparatory to the laying of the rails.

Assembling ties at Savage 1908.

In the photo, one building remains in 2020 - the Razors Edge Barbershop, then the Garvey Store (originally owned by John Berrisford). Also shown is the steeple of the 1902 St. John the Baptist Church.

Source: Dan Patch Electric Railroad informational booklet - 1908.

Assembling ties at Savage, Minnesota. Back of this scene is the town of Savage; named after President Savage. The picture shown here shows that we have begun to put the finishing touches on the first section. The picture shows that we are assembling ties along the route preparatory to the laying of the rails.

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