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Heritage Historical Village, 900 Montgomery Street, New London, Wisconsin

Offsite Links Pertaining to New London

 Historical New London

New London Junction - Photo and description of where New London's two railroads crossed in the late 1800's. Also view a 1944 and 1948 train schedule and a station agent.

Knapstein Brewery -  Includes the breweries history,  family history with genealogy, articles, and memorabilia details. Includes many historic photos.

Edison Promissory Note - Note signed by Thomas A Edison when he purchased the Wisconsin Cabinet and Panel Company here in New London.

Thomas Edison Redevelopment - Many photos taken at the Edison/Simmons buildings.

New London History, 1857 - State Historical Society of Wisconsin derived article.

Rail Swing Bridge - Description and photos of the old iron railroad bridge at New London, WI.

New London Public Museum - Visit the local museum that includes; natural history, local history, Native American, and the world cultures.

Railroad Links

Chicago & North Western Historical Society - Historical Society devoted to preserving the history of the CNW railroad.

Green Bay & Western Lines - Everything you wanted to know about the Green Bay and Western railroad. Also, model railroading.

New London Links

New London Tourism - Find more things to do year-round. Lists places to shop, lodge, camp, or dine. Find entertainment and recreational opportunities such as fishing, boating, river tubing, kayaking, canoeing, local hiking trails, or browse a community events calendar.

Mosquito Hill Nature Center - A 430 acre facility promotes outdoor education. Numerous trails, a butterfly house, observatory, and art and museum exhibits. Hosts many educational opportunities and events.

New London Area Chamber of Commerce - "Promotes the spirit of business, tourism, and community prosperity" in the area. Find member businesses.

City of New London - Learn about the community.

New London Access Television - Includes the schedule. Watch live online.

Waupaca County Area Historical Links

Waupaca Historical Society

Iola Historical Society

Friends Of Scandinavia History

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