This is a great venue, right inside the Marine Railway on Rocky Neck. The Marine Railway is the oldest in the country. So much fun. Want to thank all who helped put this great job together. For more information on the Phyllis A, please go to the link below.
While at the Marine Railway on Saturday met this nice gentleman named Richard Arnold. He was the last Captain on the Phyllis A. He told me they named the Phyllis A after his sister. Richard stated that he is one of 6 children, five boys and one girl named Phyllis. He also told me he served on the Nantucket Lightship.
Another reason I love visiting the Railways.
Scrap Steel Drive
Please bring down any scrap metal you’re looking to get rid of and raise money to restore the Phyllis A.
November 8, 2014
8am to 4pm
Foster’s Parking Lot
(the Irving station)
107 Eastern Avenue
*Vehicles can be donated by appointment. Call 978-381-3901
Even though it was a grey day on Saturday, had to go see the Phyllis A.
To see more information on the Phyllis A, please follow the following link.