Warwick Always a Great Place to Leaf Peep!

Posted by on Oct 15, 2013 in Warwick In History Minutes | 0 comments

“Warwick in History” – In 1926, hundreds of pedestrians are gladdened daily by the sight of the bed of glowing autumnal flowers planted and cared for by David Goble and William Hayes, gatemen at the Main Street crossing in Warwick. The flowers are planted on the tiny plot of ground at the base of the tower on the bank of the “crick”. The flowers have been such a success that the men intend to extend their gardening next year. A splendid example of how to brighten corners where you are.

This was taken from the monthly publication of the Lehigh and Hudson River Railway Company called THE SEMAPHORE.