Walking tour

East Hampton - posted Dec, 19 2012

EAST HAMPTON- The East Hampton Parks and Recreation will sponsor a walking tour of the old East Hampton Railroad Station and a walk on the Air Line Trail on Sunday, Jan. 6 at 1 p.m. as part of its “Explore East Hampton” monthly series of walks. The walks are organized by the Chatham Historical Society. Come for a walk back in time and learn about the proud and glorious history of East Hampton. Marty Podskoch and other members of the Chatham Historical Society, will lead the walk. Blair Binge, owner of the railroad station, will give a tour and tell the history of the station. Presently Blair has an auto repair garage in the station called “Train Station Motors.” The walk will begin and end at the new East Hampton parking lot near Main Street Pizza at the new entrance to the Air Line Trail on at South Main Street (Route 196). After the walk people are invited to visit The Chatham Historical Society's museum complex located at 6 Bevin Boulevard. The museum will be open for tours from 2-4 p.m. The tour will take approximately 1 hour. Heavy rain or snow will cancel the hike. For further information about upcoming walks or the Chatham Historical Society, contact Marty Podskoch, coordinator of the “Explore East Hampton” walks at 860-267-2442, podskoch@comcast.net, or visit http://www.easthamptonrec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?Progr... or http://www.chathamhistoricalsocietyct.org/

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