Woods Historic Grist Mill
Some of the most recent markers along the Old Lincoln Highway are displayed at the Woods Historic Grist Mill in Hobart. Newspaper clippings and artifacts were also on display for a group that stopped by Thursday during a tour to celebrate the road's 100th anniversary.
Motorists on a tour to celebrate the Old Lincoln Highway's 100th anniversary make a stop Thursday at the Woods Historic Grist Mill in Hobart. A total of 72 cars registered for the Lincoln Highway Association's eastern tour, which spans from New York to Nebraska.
Andrew Harvey, of Clarion Pa., leans on his 1940 Lincoln Zephyr. Harvey stopped at the Woods Historic Grist Mill in Hobart on Thursday while on a tour to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Old Lincoln Highway. Harvey said his favorite part of the tour so far was when the drivers were gre…
Those from the region are all too familiar with the stop-and-go traffic of U.S. 30, but what they may not know is a stretch of history can be found right off the bustling lanes.
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