Visit Allaire State Park to enjoy a picnic, a hike, a train ride on New Jersey Museum of Transportation's historical Pine Creek Railroad, and enjoy a walk through historical Allaire Village. A living history site!
The Association of Railway Museums (ARM) was founded in 1961 to encourage railway museums to exchange ideas, information and to be of assistance to one another. The purpose of ARM is to lead in the advancement of railway heritage through education and advocacy, guided by the principles set forth in Recommended Practices for Railway Museums and incorporating other practices generally accepted in the wider museum community.
Telling the stories of the independent builders of railroad cars in North America from the very earliest days of wooden cars, through the transition to metal cars and onward to the present, with emphasis on the more than 200 builders of wooden cars before and into the early twentieth century.
...is a living history museum of the Howell Works Company. Visit the historic buildings and experience life in the 19th century bog iron producing community, featuring demonstrations, craftsmen, general store and special events.
InfoAge is a Science and History Learning Center and Museum at Camp Evans in Wall, New Jersey. The Marconi Park Complex Advisory Committee was formed to preserve the heritage of the site, to enable Brookdale Community College to develop an extension campus, and to use the remaining open areas of the Camp for passive and active township recreation.
The New Jersey Blacksmith Association (NJBA), an affiliated chapter of the Artist Blacksmith Association of North America (ABANA) is an organization dedicated to the promotion of the art and craft of blacksmithing, and to bringing both historical and contemporary blacksmithing to the attention of the public.
Our partner in recovering the two 1854 Sunken Steam Locomotives. The New Jersey Historical Divers Association was organized to preserve New Jersey's shipwreck and Maritime history, research and record the many unknown, lost and misnamed shipwrecks, as well as other potentially historically significant sites, and document findings and present these findings to the public by means of exhibits, lectures, video presentations and printed publications.
The 2nd Texas Cavalry Company A, Inc portrays a unit of the Department of the Trans-Mississippi operating in the Western Theater of operations during the Civil War. The 2nd Texas Cavalry was organized January 8, 1862 in Mesilla, Arizona as an independent company. It was absorbed into the Texas State Militia during the withdrawal from Arizona Territory.
This historic steam locomotive manufacturing shop, located in Newark, NJ, was integral in the industrial revolution and is important to preserve. For more information about this historic site, please watch this video.