Friends of the Chapter

Here are just a few of the organizations we work with. Check them out as well!

Click on the organizations name to see their website

The mission of the Long Island Chapter of the Pennsylvania Railroad Technical and Historical Society is to help document and preserve Long Island Rail Roads history during its ownership by the Pennsylvania Railroad.

The Long Island Sunrise Trail Chapter of the NRHS holds the title for being one of, if not the oldest Railroad Historical society on Long Island. They meet once a month in Babylon, NY. 

The Missouri Pacific Historical Society has one goal: To preserve the rich history of the Missouri Pacific Railroad and its predecessors and subsidiaries.

The Oyster Bay Railroad Museum works to preserve Railroad History as it pertains to Oyster Bay, NY. Their main attractions are Teddy Roosevelt's Train Station and Former Long Island Steam Locomotive number 35.

The New York City Transit Museum helps to bring alive New York City's transit heritage. Every year they run their historic subway cars around New Yorks subway system.

The Railroad Museum of New England operates a small tourist railroad. They use their railroad, along with several exhibits to tell the story of railroad history throughout New England.

The National Railway Historical Society is an organization comprised of many chapters all over the United States and with districts in Canada and Japan. Its main goal is to preserve Railroad history around the United States and Canada.

Since 1944, Tebbens Steel has been providing the North Fork of Long Island with quality steel and building materials. Recently, they have donated steel to Twin Forks to restore our Boston and Maine 4590.

Call us: 

1-516-595-4654

twinforksnrhs@gmail.com

Open hours:
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our work sessions have been suspended. Contact us for more information.
Location

Our railroad equipment is located in Riverhead, NY, In the West end of the LIRR yard behind the train station.

 

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