Amazing Mystery History Tour
Visit sites around Presque Isle most don't know about aboard Molly the Trolley
Join Presque Isle Historical Society aboard Molly the Trolley for a special Labor Day tour. This two-hour tour visits sites around town of which many people have never heard about or seen such as the abandoned ski jump at the State Park, the Canadian & Pacific Railroad turn-about, the Model T chassis embedded in the stream, the old jail in the historic fire station, the site from which the 1959 National Christmas Tree was cut, the former home of a nationally renowned salmon fisherman now a popular local restaurant eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Sites, launch site of Presque Isle’s steamboat, ice harvesting location on the stream, and one of the first military listening posts in the world. Seats limited and reservations required. Tours depart the Historic Fire Station, 11 Church Street, at 1:00 p.m. and last approximately two hours. Tickets $10 per person. FMI, contact Presque Isle Historical Society at firstname.lastname@example.org or 762-1151. Rain or shine.