"All Aboard Waldwick is a branch of the Waldwick, NJ Historical Society. It's members are volunteers who have successfully restored the Erie Railroad signal tower, also known as the "WC". Built in the 1890 the tower and associated yard operations had a significant impact on Waldwick's rich railroading past. Through private donations, local fundraising, and government grants, All Aboard has transformed the signal tower to it's former glory. We have recently renovated the interior of the "Harvey Springstead Memorial Signal Tower", and create an environment where students, railfans, history buffs, and local groups can learn about the important role that manned signal/switching towers played in the operation of the railroad before computerization and regional control."
Come by and visit
We are open per the events schedule but if you are in the area feel free to stop by and look around. There are interpretive signs that provide information about the tower and railroading in the area.
For a map and directions please see the Contact Us page.
Checkout the Rehabilitation Project Tab for a photo history of our project.

In the News
Suburan News Coverage of our latest event celebrating Harvey Springstead's birthday.