Mon, Feb 24|
Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm
SOLD OUT: Tragedy in Marshallton
Join local historians Thomas Gears, Raymond Harrington and Dennis Hitchens as they tell the tragic story of the 1926 accident involving a Cranston Heights Fire Company fire truck in Marshallton
Time & Location
Feb 24, 2020, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm, 500 Greenbank Rd, Wilmington, DE 19808, USA
About The Event
Please note that this event is sold out.
Uncover the nearly lost tales of our historically rich area.
Join us for the second event of the 2020 season of as we welcome back The Almost Forgotten History of the Red Clay Valley History Talks on Monday February 24th 2020.
Gather around as local historians Thomas Gears, Raymond Harrington and Dennis Hitchens tell the tragic story of the 1926 accident involving a fire truck from the Cranston Heights Fire Company in Marshallton, Delaware. Many people have heard about this incident, now hear the entire story.
Admission to this program is free, though donations are graciously accepted. Light snacks will be available, and drinks will be available for purchase. Doors open at 6:30pm with the presentation starting promptly at 7pm.