Help save a town treasure! Sales of these lawn signs will help fund repairs to the Old Erie Caboose, which was built in 1929 and ran through Mahwah during much of its 40 years in service. When it was retired in 1968, it was brought here as a symbol of the importance of the railroad to the development of Mahwah. The Caboose is open to the public for tours, but sadly has been closed for the past few years awaiting repairs.
Lawn signs are 24”x18”, all-weather and come with a lawn stake.
You can also purchase by mail! Just download the form below and mail it to the Mahwah Museum (201 Franklin Turnpike, Mahwah, NJ 07430) with a check payable to Mahwah Museum
Shipping is not available for lawn signs. Please select “Local Pickup” at checkout so you are not charged a shipping fee. You will be emailed info about pickup dates at the Museum.
You can also donate directly to the Save the Caboose! campaign here. Thank you!