Due to Corona Virus Issues –
the TTH Festvial has been Cancelled
3rd Annual Tuckahoe Transportation
Festival Set for April 25, 2020
3rd annual Tuckahoe
Transportation Heritage (TTH) Festival will be held
Saturday, April 25, 2020, 10 am til 4 pm at the Tuckahoe Train
Mill Rd. & Railroad Ave., Tuckahoe, NJ
The TTH Festival is a partnership event with the
Preservation Society of Upper Township (HPSUT) and the Cape May
Seashore Lines Railroad (CMSL).
The organizing committee for the 2020 TTH Festival includes Mike
Horan and Doug Longenecker with the HPSUT and Paul Mulligan with
April 25, 2020; 10 am – 4 pm
Tuckahoe Train Station and grounds,
Mill Rd & Railroad Ave., Tuckahoe, NJ
(For GPS enter:
Mill Rd., Woodbine, NJ)
Elements of Festival:
will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Train
rides will last approximately 30 minutes - starting at 10:30am.
Last departure at 3:30 pm.
(Schedule may be adjusted to meet demand.)
Pennsylvania heritage train will be setup consisting of; two P70
coaches, #1706 and #1704; and the PRR 7099 MINERAL SPRING, a
1927 Pullman Parlor.
This train will be open to the public.
New this year, the Blue Comet observation car, the
TEMPEL, will be open to the public.
Open and staffed by HPSUT volunteers.
historic vehicles/equipment will be in the parking of the
gauge garden railways, one steam operated and tables from
historic and community groups.
will have an opportunity to earn their Railroad merit badge at
will be sold
for $10 per adult; $5 per children.
Wristbands are for access to ride the Excursion Train,
Speeder Car (Motor Car train) and tour the display Trains.
Proceeds from the sale of wristbands will benefit the
Historical Preservation Society of Upper Township and
preservation of the Blue Comet observation car the TEMPEL.
Festival Points of Contact:
Historical Preservation Society of Upper Township
7099.llc and Cape May Seashore Lines (CMSL)
Society of Upper Twp.
File Photo - 2019
Due to Corona Virus Issues – April Bus Trip Will Be Re-Scheduled
Bus Trip – April 25-26, 2020 - To Hudson Valley Historical Sites
Upper Township Historical Society
Update Posted 12 Mar. 2020 5
The Historical Preservation Society of Upper Twp. (HPSUT) , in
conjunction with Pary and Bruce Tell, will host a two- day bus
trip, in April 2020 to historical sites along the Hudson Valley.
The trip schedule includes:
• Saturday, April 25th:
We’ll start at the Revolutionary War
Headquarters of Generals Henry Knox and Horatio Gates on the
west side of the Hudson River with a guided tour of the site and
then have lunch in the picnic area. Our second stop will be the
New Windsor Cantonment, a Continental Army encampment, where
we’ll have a tour of the army’s quarters with a special guide.
The next stop will be Washington’s Headquarters at Newburgh, NJ,
with a special program on Martha Washington.
• Sunday, April 26th:
A visit to the spectacular Olana, home
of famous Hudson River artist, Frederick Church. His mansion is
an architectural masterpiece which overlooks the Hudson, with
sweeping views as well as beautiful gardens. Tour of both the
house (guided) and the gardens (on your own.)
The final stop
will be Clermont Mansion, home of the New York Livingston
family. There will be lunch first, with a video on the history
of the Livingston family, followed by a tour of the mansion.
Clermont was one of the “America’s Treasurers” that Bob Villa
restored years ago as part of his “This Old House” series.
The price of the trip will be $245 per
person (with an additional $55 if you're rooming alone) and
includes the bus, all meals (except for
breakfast Saturday and dinner on the way home Sunday), the
hotel, and admission to all sites.
Bus service will have
departure points from Cape May Court House and Seaville, same as
To be added to the list to receive more
information please contact Pary Tell at email >
phone 609-886-8577. Her mailing address is 397 Corson Lane,
Cape May NJ 08204.
Bus Trip Material For April
2020 - Printable PDF files:
Bus Trip Registration
Bus Trip Letter and Itenerary
Bus Trip Tours - Site Details
Links for reference:
New Windsor Cantonment >
- Washington's headquarters in Newburgh >
- 1779 Clermont Mansion >
- Last update 02 Feb. 2020