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THE BELOW ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS IN-STOCK AND AVAILABLE IN THE MUSEUM STORE ON MAYWOOD STATION MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE DATES. ADDITIONAL ITEMS INCLUDING ASSORTED T-SHIRTS, CAPS, REFLECTOR MAGAZINES, WALL CALENDARS, ETC., ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON MAYWOOD STATION MUSEUM OPEN HOUSE DATES. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO FURTHER PRESERVATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE HISTORIC MAYWOOD STATION MUSEUM.  

 

 

"Maywood - The Borough, The Railroad, and The Station" Book

The book, entitled "Maywood - The Borough, The Railroad, and The Station" has been written by noted author, historian and Maywood Station Historical Committee president, Edward S. Kaminski. The 128-page book published by Arcadia Publishing Company traces Maywood's history from a farming community through its population and industrial growth brought on in part by the coming of the New Jersey Midland Railway in 1872. Separate chapters include The Borough of Maywood; The New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad in Maywood; and Maywood Station including its role in the development of Maywood and its recent restoration and museum with over 200 quality images and detailed captions. The book is available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum. 

 

               "New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad in New Jersey" Book

Originally incorporated in 1881, the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad has had a long history in New Jersey. The railroad expanded by the early 1890s into the thriving Pennsylvania coalfields and eventually grew to over 200 miles of trackage in the northern portion of New Jersey. Always viewed as an underdog in a marketplace surrounded by much larger railroads, the New York, Susquehanna & Western emerged from 40 years of Erie Railroad control; survived several bankruptcies, reorganizations, abandonments, and retrenchments through innovative passenger and freight service offerings; and transformed into today's regional rail carrier with a size far greater than ever imagined. Noted author, historian and Maywood Station Historical Committee president Edward S. Kaminski has assembled a wealth of images, most of which have never appeared in print, showcasing the history of the original lines served by the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad. The 128-page book published by Arcadia Publishing Company is illustrated with over 200 quality photographs with detailed captions. "New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad in New Jersey" will provide the reader with a visual journey into this historic railroad's past. Books are available at the Maywood Station Museum on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.

 

 

 

 

"The Maywood Station Story" Documentary DVD

OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY AND AN AWARD-WINNING DVD TODAY!

The Maywood Station Historical Committee is pleased offer a Documentary DVD entitled "The Maywood Station Story". The professionally produced documentary features narration by Emmy award-winner Carl Quintanilla of NBC News. The 35-minute documentary tells the unique story of a group of volunteers who restored a neglected piece of history and transformed it into a highly acclaimed National Landmark and Museum. The DVD includes many vintage views of Maywood, Maywood Station and the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad plus additional restoration projects at Maywood Station including Caboose 24524 and New York, Susquehanna & Western Locomotive #206.

"The Maywood  Station Story" has earned the Maywood Station Historical Committee a 2009 Historic Preservation Commendation Award from the County of Bergen, New Jersey Historic Preservation Advisory Board. The Documentary DVD has been cited as an excellent example of a Historic Preservation effort in the category of  Preservation Education. 

The DVD's are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

PLEASE NOTE - "The Maywood Station Story" Documentary DVD was mastered using the latest in 2-channel technology. Most recent televisions and DVD players are set up to play in "stereo mode" and the DVD will function properly. If you are using an older television and DVD player and it is set up for play in "mono mode", the DVD will only function in a 1-channel mode and will feature some sound but not feature the narration. To remedy this, please adjust your television and DVD player setting to "stereo mode" and all of the sound and narration will work properly. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H.O. and N-Scale Maywood Station Models

Maywood Station is the prototype for these museum-quality models produced by Atlas Model Railroad Company. This model is a full scale replica of the actual Maywood Station built in 1872 by the New Jersey Midland Railroad (predecessor to the present-day New York Susquehanna & Western Railway) in Maywood, New Jersey. Stations built to similar Victorian-era designs could be found at one time in small towns and suburbs of larger cities on railroads across the United States. The model is available in H.O. (1/87th) scale models and N (1/160th) scale  in built-up versions and in kit versions in the original 1872 paint scheme (and currently restored paint scheme) of beige with brown trim. The Maywood Station model was even featured on the cover and as a the subject of an article in the October 2009 issue of Model Railroader Magazine.

H.O. Scale Model Features Include:
* Full scale replica of the 1872-built Maywood Station with board and batten construction
* Kit and Built-Up versions are molded in colors which are historically accurate for Maywood Station
* Separate window glazing
* Separate platform base with brick pattern
* Many small detail parts including roof finials, benches and non-operating lights under roof overhang
* Other optional parts include: separate hairpin style track fence and separate freight platform railing (used to represent the current appearance of the station)
* Decals for various station names including Maywood, Riverside, Midland Park, Oakland and Newfoundland
 
* Approximate finished size (including base): 9.25" x 4.25" x 3"

N-Scale Model Features Include:
* Full scale replica of 1872-built Maywood Station with board and batten construction
* Kit and Built-Up versions are molded in colors which are historically accurate for Maywood Station
* Separate window glazing
* Separate platform base with brick pattern
* Many small detail parts including roof finials, benches and non-operating lights under roof overhang
* Other optional parts include: separate hairpin style track fence and separate freight platform railing (used to represent the current appearance of the station)
* Decals for various station names including Maywood, Riverside, Midland Park, Oakland and Newfoundland
 
* Approximate finished size (including base): 5" x 2.25"

* H.O. SCALE MAYWOOD STATION MODELS are available in the built-up version or in the kit version.

* N-SCALE MAYWOOD STATION MODELS are available in the built-up version or in the kit version.

All versions of the Maywood Station Models are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H.O. Scale Model of the Actual Maywood Station Museum Restored New York, Susquehanna & Western Alco S-2 Locomotive #206

A finely-detailed, operating, H.O. Scale special-run model produced by the Atlas Model Railroad Company for the Maywood Station Museum scaled from the actual National Register Listed, 1942-built, New York, Susquehanna & Western Alco S-2 Locomotive #206 that is restored and located at the Maywood Station Museum in Maywood, NJ is available now. The model is available EXCLUSIVELY through the Maywood Station Museum and all proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum. The Maywood Station Museum is accepting orders and the models are 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). If you would like to order 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 and we will advise ordering instructions. Mail orders of the New York, Susquehanna & Western Alco S-2 Locomotive #206 models ship from the manufacturer direct. A limited supply are also available on Maywood Station Museum Open House dates while supplies last.

 

 

New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway All-Color Calendar

The large format, New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway calendar is available from the Maywood Station Museum. The calendar contains colorful past and present images of the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway. The opened calendar measures 12" wide X 18" high and each of the fourteen images (one for each month and the front and back covers) measures 9" high X 12" wide. The calendars are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. The calendar is also available for purchase during the holiday season at Stray Cat Brew, 108 West Pleasant Avenue, Maywood, NJ. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

 

   

 

 

Maywood Station Museum Pen

The Maywood Station Museum offers high-quality Val D'or II pens for all your writing needs. Each satin red-colored pen is laser-printed with Maywood Station Museum lettering and an image of Maywood Station in gold designed by graphic artist and Maywood Station Historical Committee member Veronica Bruno. A true collector's item that will give many years of comfortable writing satisfaction, the pens are available h at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

 

 

Maywood Station Museum Magnetic Photo Frames

The Maywood Station Museum has available 2" X 2" magnetic photo frames including two different scenes of Maywood Station. The magnetic photo frames are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

 

 

New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway B40-8 Lithograph Print

In 1991, the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway commissioned artist Edward James Kranefeld to commemorate the NYS&W's participation with other railroads in their newly inaugurated coast-to-coast double-stack container train service. The limited-edition painting features a rendition of New York City's World Trade Center and Seattle's famous Space Needle with a double-stack container train led by two of the NYS&W's latest General Electric B40-8 locomotives. Each lithograph print measures 13-1/2" X 18"  and is signed, numbered and dated by the artist. A total of only 250 lithograph prints were originally signed and numbered by the artist. The colorful lithograph prints are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

 

 

New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway M-1 Budd Car Lithograph Print

The Maywood Station Museum also has available 15" X 21" lithographs of the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway M-1 Budd Car. This actual car has been restored and is operated by our parent organization, the New York Susquehanna & Western Technical & Historical Society. The painting was made in 1990 by artist Robert Skiba and depicts the M-1 on the Paterson City Branch shortly after being delivered to the NYS&W in 1950. The beautiful lithograph prints are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates. All proceeds go to further preservation and maintenance of the historic Maywood Station Museum.  

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Holiday Ornament (Front)

2015 Holiday Ornament (Back)

2010 Holiday Ornament

2009 Holiday Ornament

2007 Holiday Ornament

Maywood Station Museum Holiday Ornaments

Each year between 2002 and 2015, the Maywood Station Historical Committee released a dated, limited-edition, holiday ornament. The ornaments are available at Maywood Station on Museum Open House dates.

Previous releases in the Maywood Station Holiday Ornament series include the 2015 silver-polished metal gift box with sparkling purple beveled crystals on the front and "Maywood Station Museum 2015" lettering laser-etched on the back. The 2014  silver-polished metal bell with sparkling gold beveled crystals on the front and "Maywood Station Museum 2014" lettering laser-etched on the back. The 2013 silver-polished metal stocking with sparkling red beveled crystals on the front and "Maywood Station Museum 2013" lettering laser-etched on the back. The 2012 silver-polished metal Angel with sparkling beveled crystals on the front and "Maywood Station Museum 2012" lettering laser-etched on the back. On December 15, 2012, the 2012 release was officially sold-out. The 2011 silver-polished metal Holiday Tree with sparkling green on the front and "Maywood Station Museum 2011" lettering laser-etched on the back. On November 5, 2012, the 2011 release was officially sold-out. The 2010 Maywood Station Holiday Ornament is a handcrafted gold-polished metal steam locomotive featuring Santa waving from a steam locomotive with laser-etched "Maywood Station Museum 2010" lettering. The 2009 Maywood Station Holiday Ornament features a pewter steam locomotive that is laser-printed and dated "Maywood Station Museum 2009". The 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 ornaments are handcrafted by noted ornament manufacturer Gloria Duchin with lettering designed by graphic artist and Maywood Station Historical Committee member Veronica Bruno. Each ornament measures approximately 2-inches wide by 2-inches high with a decorative ribbon for hanging.

For the 2008 Maywood Station Holiday Ornament, the Maywood Station Historical Committee commissioned 15 year-old local artist, Kristen Kaminski, who individually handcrafted each ornament. Each dated 3-inch diameter glass ornament featured a colorful, uniquely embossed design, with an image of Maywood Station and a ribbon for hanging on your tree or for display. No two ornaments are alike! In addition, each ornament was signed by the artist. On February 12, 2009, the 2008 release was officially sold-out.

Earlier releases in the series dated between 2002 and 2007 were also designed by graphic artist and Maywood Station Historical Committee member, Veronica Bruno. Each metal ornament measures approximately 3-inches in diameter with laser-etched images. The 2007 ornament features a gold-polished snowflake celebrating the 135th Anniversary of Maywood Station, 1872-2007, including an image of Maywood Station and the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway logo. The 2006 ornament features a silver-polished snowflake celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway including the NYS&W logo and an image of Maywood Station. The 2005 ornament features a gold-polished snowflake with an image of Maywood Station Caboose 24542. The 2004 ornament features a silver-polished snowflake with and image of Maywood Station on the front and the September 25, 2004 Grand Opening date of the Maywood Station Museum on the back. The 2003 ornament features a gold-polished star with an image of Maywood Station and the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railway logo. The 2002 ornament features a gold-polished snowflake with an image of Maywood Station. On November 28, 2005, the 2002 release was officially sold-out.