Two for one
Railway workers toiled in the hot sweltering days, their faces permanently marked with soot and dirt, their bodies pushed to the limit and beyond. When that last spike of the day thunked into the ground, the men dragged themselves to the local pub, where they fell into comfortable maple chairs with a sigh of relief.
Hop aboard the Canadian Pacific Railway and travel through its history, from the steam engine to today, where artist Sterling Constadine, a self-taught hobbyist decided to put his mark on this gone by era of proclaimed failures and successes.
You could own these chairs, then sit back knowing that you have a piece of history that were lovingly carved and shaped with that time foremost in his mind.
Today is your only day to own these chairs and transport yourself back to that time where furniture is once again a conversation piece.
Habitat for Humanity believes in a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. We build strength, stability and self-reliance for low income families through affordable homeownership in southeastern New Brunswick.
See your chairs in person at the Habitat for Humanity “Re-Store”. Winners will be announced on The Bend Breakfast at 7:10 a.m. All payments and pick up can be made at the Re-Store once the auction has ended.
All of the proceeds will be going to Habitat for Humanity. Proudly sponsored by 91.9 The Bend
(You are bidding on both of the chairs pictured here)
*There is a reserve bid in place Minimum incremental bids of: $5
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