The weather outside may be frightful, but we've still been busy with Elevating the...
Hurricane Irene Damage in the News
On August 28, 2011, Hurricane Irene caused major flooding at the Shore Line Trolley Museum. As we worked to manage the damage caused by this disaster, we were also able to use the flood to illustrate the urgency of our Campaign in the local and national media. Here is a selection of stories published about the Museum in the days following the storm.
The Hartford Courant
Irene - Trolleys Damaged, 129
Storm damaged up to 90 historic trolleys in Conn.
East Haven Patch
Shore Line Trolley Museum Damaged by Irene Floods
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How Funds Will Be Spent
|Construction: Building 1||$575,000|
|Construction: Building 2||$575,000|
|Site Work and Erosion Prevention||$250,000|
|New Rail Tracks and Landscaping||$350,000|