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Last month the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 23 and Troop 10 completed two amazing projects at the Gold Coast Railroad. Mr. Jose Ocana put his planning and leadership skills to the test by directing Troop 23 in a landscaping project in the front parking lot, next to our Caboose. Additionally, Troop 23 also completed a landscaping project near the GCRM administration building.

Mr. Brian Phillips tested Troop 10's artistic ability as he coordinated and lead Troop 10 to paint the now 100 year old Florida East Coast No. 113. This beautiful engine was brought underneathe the railroad shed on Track No. 1 for display. The FEC No. 113 turns 100 years old this month - but celebrated it's birthday last month during National Train Day. Mr. Phillips & Troop 10's paint job revitalized the No. 113 and looks very professional. 

Both Mr. Phillips & Mr. Ocana completed their Eagle Scout projects, and recieved recognition from the Museum for their volunteer service. We would personally like to thank both Troops & families involved in both projects.

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The Gold Coast Museum is a non-profit organization. This year, we gave approximately 24,000 passengers a ride aboard our railroad. We rely on our volunteers and your donations to help keep us running, without this money, we would not be able to do the countless restoration projects that we have on the property. Please consider supporting us in our venture to keep these lovely historic pieces of equipment operational. If you would like to donate towards a specific car or project, please, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . You can give directly to us by using paypal (Just click the picture below!), or by calling us at (305) 253-0063, and telling the store staff that you'd like to make a donation. Even a dollar can help us restore this historic and impressive equipment.

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