Cablevision’s Neighborhood Journal

Cablevision has put together a fea­ture on our effort to create a NJ rail trans­por­tation museum. They inter­viewed Bill Mc Kelvey, KC Smith and Dave Lippencott.

These interviews were done in the Boonton Restoration Yard 10/2012 focusing on the work that has been comple­ted and in the process of being done. Please take a look at this URHS segment of the show and let your friends know as well.

Our message about looking for a home for the museum is very important to help pre­serve NJ’s rich transportation his­tory for generation to come. The producer (Tom Lupo) felt the story came out very well & has asked for feedback.

Museum links and pictures

This page is devoted to showing what New Jersey is missing

…  a place to learn about this state's long transportation heritage, a place to ride back into history on board vintage equipment, a place to reminisce, a place to take the family – in other words – a transportation heritage center.  To find out more information about these museums, click on the museum name.

Scenes from the Monticello Railway Museum

Scene from Monticello Railway Museum

These pictures of the Monticello Railway Museum have been graciously supplied by Steve Barry.

Wabash 1189 meets CN 6789

Wabash 1189 and CN 6789 have a simulated meet.

CNR 6789 meets ex-LIRR RS3 301

CNR 6789 meets Monticello Museum ex-Long Island RS3 301 on a work train.

Wabash freight meets CNR passenger train

Meet of a Wabash freight and CNR passenger train.