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Buggy Works in Franklin

Buggy Works in Franklin

Through the double doors of the building that now houses the Franklin Grill, George Congleton may be seen working on a lightweight buggy. Curved pieces of hickory wood hang over his head, drying. Congleton makes buggies for farmers who can afford to keep a fast trotter in the barn next to their team of work horses or oxen used for heavy hauling.

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