Wantagh Preservation Society
Wantagh, NY 11793
516-826-8767 - email@example.com
The Wantagh Preservation Society is a non-profit organization based in Wantagh, Long Island. It maintains the Wantagh Museum and engages in other activities to improve the historical values of the community. The Wantagh Preservation Society was founded in 1965, in order to save Wantagh’s 1885 Victorian Railroad Station from demolition, when plans for an elevated railroad crossing called for its removal. The restored railroad station now houses the Wantagh museum.
Wantagh Preservation Society is a member of the Long Island Library Resources Council.
Items relating to the move and restoration of the original Wantagh, NY train station
Photographs, color slides, documents and show tickets relating to the creation and design of the Jones Beach State Park complex.
Photos and documents of the "Jamaica" parlor car of the Long Island Railroad
Photographs and documents relating to the Wantagh Fire Department in Wantagh, NY
Photos, documents and ephemera of Wantagh, NY.
Images and records documenting the restoration of the Wantagh Train Station into the Wantagh Museum.
Photographs of various members in the Wantagh, NY Community
Photographs taken during the renovation of the Babylon Line of the Long Island Rail Road.
Items relating to the schools of Wantagh, NY