Part 1 of 3 - Train Ride on the Sea Shore Branch of Jersey Central Railroad

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It was the Sea Shore Branch of Jersey Central Railroad which brought folks to beaches and other parts along the Jersey Bayshore.  Join Host John Schneider and Railroad Historian Tom Gallo as they recreate a ride which millions of folks took in the past, but no longer.  The train tracks would be pulled up evbentually and replaced by the Henry Hudson Trail, but in these three episodes you'll be able to ride this historic train once more.

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