Abington Canal" Dickens' Village Series by Dept 56

Before the coming of the railways in the early 1800s, a network of canals linked England's rivers making it possible to transport heavy goods wver they were needed. This accessory is a model of the Abington Canal and consists of a set of two handpainted pieces from Department 56 as part of the Dickens' Village series. This piece coordinates with Abington Locks, it is new and has never been on display. A great addition to your Village display.

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