Railroad Days Celebrated 182nd Anniversary of NJ’s First Railroad In Bordentown, NJ

Bordentown held Railroad Days to celebrate the 182nd anniversary of NJ’s first railroad, and the start of Bordentown’s railroad heritage. Saturday November 9 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday November 10th 12 pm to 4 pm.Here you see “G” Scale model trains on display at the First Presbyterian Church on 420 Farnsworth Ave. Bordentown City, NJ. Suzanne Catanese of Browns Mills, NJ a member of the South Eastern PA Garden Railway Society keeps an eye on the rails while Cole Schleper of Roebling, NJ, a member of the Delaware Creek Railroad cleans the rails.

 

Suzanne Catanese of Browns Mills, NJ a member of the South Eastern PA Garden Railway Society tries to couple a steam engine to the other cars.

 

Michael Skelly of Bordentown City, NJ makes an adjustment to a diesel engine.

 

Here you see Erik Seidelmann of Mapleshade, NJ, and member of the New Jersey Southern N-Trak Model Railroad Club, add “N” Scale trains to a track at Christ Church on 130 Prince St., Bordentown, NJ.

 

 Ken Richter of Egg Harbor Township, NJ, and Erik Seidelmann of Mapleshade, NJ, and member of the New Jersey Southern N-Trak Model Railroad Club, add “N” Scale trains to a track at Christ Church on 130 Prince St., Bordentown, NJ, while Frank Amermen of East Hampton, NJ looks on.

 

Bill Kidd of Mapleshade, NJ, and member of the New Jersey Southern N-Trak Model Railroad Club, make adjustments to the track.
Christian Davis of Egg Harbor Township, NJ, and member of the New Jersey Southern N-Trak Model Railroad Club, adding tiny freight containers to the “N” scale trains.

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