Our Last In-Person Event of 2020
The History of the Port Washington Long Island Rail Road
Tuesday, March 3rd - 7:30 PM at Great Neck House
Let’s Welcome David Morrison LIRR Historian and Retired
Oyster Bay Branch Line Manager
Commuters may have a love/hate relationship with the LIRR, but there is no doubt that the construction of a network of 11 branches and 125 stations played a tremendous role in the development and character of Long Island and its communities. Retired branch manager, historian and author, David Morrison is passionate about the LIRR’s history. Each branch has its own unique stories and cast of characters and we are eager to welcome you to attend and hear all about the Great Neck/ Port Washington Branch.
Everyone is invited for an informative and fun evening.
Light refreshments will be served.
GREAT NECK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Nassau County Historical Society - these talks are free
Photo: David Morrison at the waiting room of the St. James Station which is the oldest surviving LIRR built station (1873) and the only one with the original pot bellied stove still in place.
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Historical Society Events
Throughout the year the Great Neck Historical Society sponsors movies, talks and other events to share the history of our community. Please come and join us; our events are open to the public.
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