By Ed Kaminski Santa Made His Annual Visit to the Maywood Station Museum on December 12, 2015 Santa made a special visit to the Maywood Station Museum for the 14th Annual Santa at Maywood Station event on December 12, 2015. Santa met with each good little boy and girl and every child will receive a bag of treats courtesy of Myron Corporation; Operation Lifesaver; Atlas Model Railroad Company; the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway; and the Maywood Station Museum. Each child attending also was given a free chance to win special raffle prizes including a BMW Junior Bike Tricycle courtesy of Park Ave BMW, which was won by Raaga Lalisetti and an HOScale Train Set courtesy of Atlas Model Railroad Co., which was won by Nidhun Ranjan Refreshments will be provided by Moon Doggie Coffee Roasters. The Maywood Station Museum was saddened to learn of the passing of original member Rich Fritz. Rich was a member during the restoration period of the station until he retired and moved to Delaware in late 2004. A painter by trade, Rich helped with the interior and exterior painting of the station; reglazing of windows; trim work; the reworking of imperfections in the original station woodwork; and assorted other items. Our condolences go out to his wife and family. H.O Scale Model of Maywood Station Museum’s Historic Locomotive is Available Now! A finely-detailed, operating, H.O. Scale limited-run model of the actual National Register Listed, 1942-built, New York, Susquehanna & Western Alco S -2 Locomotive #206 that is cosmetically restored and located at the Maywood Station Museum has been produced by the Atlas Model Railroad Company. The model is available EXCLUSIVELY through the Maywood Station Museum while supplies last and all proceeds will benefit the museum. The Maywood Station Museum is accepting orders while supplies last. The model is available in Item # MSHC-01 (Analog/ Decoder Ready) for $125.00 each (MSRP $149.95) and Item# MSHC-02 (Decoder Equipped with Sound) for $220.00 each (MSRP $259.95). To place an order for a model(s), please send an e-mail to info@maywoodstation.com with the quantity you wish to order and specify either Item# MSHC-01 or Item# MSHC- 02 including your name, address and telephone number. The Maywood Station Museum mourns the unexpected passing of original and longtime member Doug Earls. Doug was instrumental in the restoration of Maywood Station and our vision to become a museum. He even remained a member after moving with his wife to Texas with his job a few years ago. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Doug's wife, his family and his friends on their loss. Rest in Peace, Doug....... 12

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