Union Station's New Metal Roof

Union Station's New Metal Roof

The Foundation's First Major Step to Preserve and Restore Union Station. Cost: about $500,000.

Dining at the Depot 2014

Dining at the Depot 2014

Lining Up on Queen Street to See the Depot.

Dining at the Depot 2014

Dining at the Depot 2014

The Community Gets a First Look at the Building with the Roof Completed and other Work in Progress.

Dining at the Depot 2014

Dining at the Depot 2014

Local Musicians Entertain as Visitors Converse and Tour the Depot.

Dining at the Depot 2014

Dining at the Depot 2014

Working a Little Magic.

The Foundation's Professional Team

The Foundation's Professional Team

Handling the Baggage Room Renovations You'll See on Nov. 8th.

Craftsman at Work

Craftsman at Work

Alton Wallace of Starlight Glass.

Keeping the Project on Track

Keeping the Project on Track

Joe Mansfield, a former Foundation President, provides continuing leadership to complete the renovation and re-use of the Depot.

Union Station Depot

Union Station Depot

As seen by local photographer Rosemary Osterhus.

An Important Event for Your Calendar . . .

 

 Christmas Party for Foundation Members

The Dr. Edward Smallwood House

501 Craven St. (M/M John Young)

December 8, 5:30 p.m

 

 

The New Bern Preservation Foundation,Inc.,  510-B Pollock Street, P.O. Box 207, New Bern, NC 28563

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