Pine Creek Railroad at Allaire Park

Tuesday, July 2, 2013
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The Pine Creek Railroad at historic Allaire Village in Farmingdale/Wall Township is one of the oldest continually operating narrow gauge steam preservation railway exhibits in the country. 


All are welcome to take a trip!

All Aboard!!! 

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14 comments:

  1. Once again, a NJ place I have not been. Next day off, I am going! I love trains and old villages..

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    1. You will love it. It is a beautiful place.

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  2. A great series of shots. Very plush seating (obviously prior to vandal travellers!). Love that timber panelling on the end of the carriage interior. Thanks for sharing this piece of nostalgia and also for stopping by my blog. Happy week to you

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    1. It's a lovely train. It must have been a nice way to travel.

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  3. Enjoyed the photographs of vintage trains. I love those plus seats!
    JM Illinois
    U.S.A.

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  4. Lovely! You should apply an "old-school-looking-filter" to those photos and make them look like from long ago.

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  5. I love old railroads and trains. These are great shots. Thanks for sharing them.

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  6. what a coincidence. we just did a steam train ride too. It wasn't that one. wonder if I could dig out the name of the line from the papers. It was in England. all volunteer run. people looked more pleased than punch to get to operate it.

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    1. That must have been fun. I must go to England one day.

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  7. I love old trains. It's always fun to visit the past. Thanks for the follow and Happy 4th to you as well!

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    1. I love old trains and historic places, too!

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