Swampscott AmeriScape Ornament Historic Train Station

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The Swampscott Train Station was originally built in 1868 by Boston housewright George W. Cram, in what was referred to a stick style. Renovated in the 1980's to save it from demolition, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.

Purchase without a stand for hanging on the Christmas tree or add a stand for year round display.

The AmeriScape ornament is our signature creation. Each wonderfully detailed ornament is individually handcast and hand-painted by Hestia's dedicated artisans, and can truly be considered a work of art. They are 3 1/2" in diameter, made of bonded marble dust, and weigh approximately 3 ounces.

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