Oyster Bay Railroad Museum on Track
The Town of Oyster Bay and the LIRR are in the last phase of creating an Oyster Bay Railroad Museum. They are currently establishing the exact footprint of the two properties in the LIRR yard at Oyster Bay that will be taken over by the town and leased to the Friends of Locomotive #35 Inc. (FL35).The three groups met at Town Hall on March 30. The FL35 didn't take the opportunity lightly, and came prepared with an extended proposal regarding their use of the property and the station.
The Oyster Bay Railroad Connection
What connection could there be between Oyster Bay, NY and Scranton, PA is a logical question. Scranton is home to the Steamtown National Historic Site created by an act of Congress in 1986. Administered by the National Park Service, a division of the Department of the Interior, Steamtown is home to many locomotives in operation, on static display and, most important for this visit, those in the process of restoration.
One Finisher Wins a $2000 Bond
Runners and walkers of all ages and abilities from Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Bayville, Locust Valley and other North Shore communities are invited to participate in a very special race to say "thank you" to the outstanding law enforcement officers of Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Swim and Play in Oyster Bay
Get into the swim of the things this summer at the town's four community park pools. For the fourth straight year, there will be no increase in pool fees.
Time to Organize...