Saturday, September 23  
10 am – 4 pm
@  Tuckahoe Train Station 

Classic Trains, Classic Cars, Train rides, Motor Car rides, Garden Railway, Music, Food and more …

The Seashore Lines will be operating short excursion trains in conjunction with the 6th Tuckahoe Transportation Heritage Festival on Saturday, September 23, 2023!

In addition to the short excursion train rides, a heritage train will be open to the public. 

The former Central Railroad of New Jersey (CNJ) Blue Comet observation car Tempel will also be on display, including the exterior cosmetic restoration on the east side will be visible for the festival.

A Motor Car 'train' will be operating short trips, and the Tuckahoe Railroad Station will be open to the public. 

A 'G' gauge garden railroad will be operational in the station park, along with merchandise tables and a railroad hand car demonstration. Antique automobiles will also be on display. 

Be certain to mark your calendars for this exciting event!

Wristband purchase is necessary to ride the short excursion train, the Motor Car 'train', and to tour the equipment on display. 

Adult wristband pricing is $10.00, and children wristband pricing is $5.00. Wristbands can be purchased in advance with the PayPal links, or the day of the event at a table in the commons area. 

Proceeds from wristband sales at this event will benefit the Historical Preservation Society of Upper Township and the Volunteer Railroaders Association

Be certain to mark your calendars for this exciting event!

All ticketing for this event is processed through the VRA's Paypal system. If you have questions about payments, please contact the VRA at:

Phone: (973) 238-0555     email:     Facebook Messenger

The Tuckahoe Village Train Station: is situated on Cape May County Routes 659 / Railroad Avenue and 557 / Mill Road, south of NJ State Route 49 and west of NJ State Route 50.

Mill Road and Railroad Avenue
Tuckahoe, NJ 08250  

(you may need to enter “31 Mill Road Woodbine, NJ” as the location in your GPS) 

Some Photos from the 4th Tuckahoe Transportation Heritage Festival in 2021.