Ride The “Trolley Trek” To Woodbridge Historical Sites

WOODBRIDGE – The Trolley Trek – sponsored by the Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission – will visit Woodbridge on Saturday, Sept. 12.

The Trolley Trek will explore Woodbridge historical sites from the 1600s through the 1800s, including the Parker Press Building, the Barron Library, the First Presbyterian Church of Woodbridge, the Trinity Episcopal Church, and the Dunham House and Mill site. The history of Woodbridge during the 20th century will also be examined including relics from the township’s industrial past and the scene of one of the worst train wrecks in modern American history.


The trek departs from the Parker Press Building, on Rahway Avenue near Main Street, Woodbridge at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. and lasts approximately three hours.  There is a non-refundable $8 fee per person, payable to County of Middlesex/Cultural & Heritage. Your seat is not reserved until payment is received at the commission office.

Call the commission at 1-732-745-4489 to check seating availability. However, seating is limited – the seats will be filled in the order in which checks arrive. In the instance where payment is received and the bus is full, your check will be returned and you will be advised by phone. The bus has a wheelchair lift and visited sites are handicap accessible. An Assistive Listening System will be in use during the tour.

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