Railroad Museum of Long Island
Railroad Museum of Long Island will roll newly restored 1921 steam locomotive in Jamesport Fire Department parade
The Railroad Museum's newly restored 1921 steam locomotive will be part of the Jamesport Fire Department parade July 24. Here's the story behind this unique exhibit now on display at the museum's Riverhead location.
The Railroad Museum of Long Island has a new shed to store a prized antique apparatus thanks to Eagle Scout Sean Maki of Baiting Hollow.
This museum event is geared to little train lovers and their families.
The history of the railroad is the history of local commerce and industry in Riverhead. The legacy is celebrated each year during the Railroad Museum of Long Island's annual railroad festival.
Tucked away between the little-used train station and the MTA storage yard in Riverhead, hidden from view by what might seem to be abandoned...
Remembering terror victims with railroad yard street art, prayers and a celebration of life at Sept. 11 memorial in Riverhead
Two historic retired train cars in Riverhead will become a living memorial to the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks when they're painted with a 120-foot long patriotic mural this weekend.
If it's related to railroading, it's at the Railroad Museum of Long Island's 26th anniversary open house this weekend.
The iconic North Fork, in miniature: A peek inside the amazing hand-crafted diorama at the Railroad Museum of L.I.
The sprawling, incredibly detailed diorama on display at the Railroad Museum in Greenport has grown over the winter to include a miniature Riverhead Polish Hall among the iconic scenes and buildings of the North Fork.