A museum celebrating our railroad heritage won’t be open this tourist season in Brighton.
Ralph and Eugenia Bangay opened the Memory Junction Museum back in 1993, and have
welcomed some 3,000 visitors a year to enjoy the various railroad artifacts dating from the very
beginnings of train travel.
However, the Bangays are getting on in years, and Memory Junction has become too much for them
to operate so it will remain closed this season.
Lynne Heeney, one of the Bangay’s children, says her father began collecting stuff at the age of 2.
The Bangay family are hoping some person or organization will step forward to keep the Memory Junction Museum in Brighton rolling for many more years.