Uniacke Estate Museum and Park

He was a wealthy man and invested his money into the land. He cleared 100 acres for planting crops, kept animals and built farm buildings. He was a prominent Attorney General until his death 1830. He also founded the Charitable Irish Society to establish the Irish immigrants.

Old vehicles dating back to the early 1800’s. The one on bottom is called Peddler’s Wagon. On the the is the Depot Wagon and later named a Station Wagon.

We entered inside this house and it was such an historic site we saw. It was definitely a mansion and much of the property remains in original condition, fully in tact.

Later we hiked around the trail system with something for all of us to see. There are nice short loops around the house and by the lake. However, I had to be careful for not tripping over these tree roots.

We saw this Log Bench near the lake and maybe we can rest on this Bench.

We noticed this artist back in the 1800’s and saw this train service started in 1858.


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