9/11 train car to become cornerstone of memorial at Trolley Museum in Kingston

Brian Hubert of the Daily Freeman writes on January 17, 2016 about one of the the two PATH train cars finding a home at Kingston’s Trolley Museum.

The Trolley Museum’s president said that the train car is probably the most significant acquisition the museum will ever make, and that he hopes it will become the cornerstone of a new September 11th memorial building that will one day display other artifacts from the terrorist attacks.

“People need to remember what was done,” he said.

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