Railroad Mapping at The Endicott-Reardon Family Museum

When: Tuesday, August 15 at 2 p.m.
Where: The Endicott-Reardon Family Museum

Stop by the Endicott-Reardon Family Museum on Tuesday, August 15 at 2 p.m., to learn about the history of railroads in Cape May County! The museum is hosting local railroad enthusiast, Paul Mulligan, for the “Mapping of Cape May’s Railroads” program.
This program will explore the past railroad lines and the mapping that previously existed in Cape May County. It will describe the beginning of railroads in New Jersey and the construction of the first line through Cape May County into Cape May City in 1863. 
Paul owns the historic “Mineral Spring,” an actual Pullman passenger car, circa 1927, at the Cape May Seashore Lines, which he has extensively renovated and restored over the past five years. The refurbished car sits on the side rails next to the historic Tuckahoe Train Station.
Reserve now to save your free seat. For more information, contact 609-827-4582 or lleonard246@gmail.com.