During the coalmining boom of the 19 th century, Honesdale played an important role as the starting point of the Delaware and Hudson Canal that was frequently used to transport coal. “No canal, no coal!” the townspeople used to say. The townspeople said this slightly less enthusiastically when railroads rendered the canal obsolete, but it’s still fun to say nonetheless.
We’re not a fan of obsolete things ourselves. All of our tech is up-to- date, cutting-edge, hot off the presses… You get the idea.
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