The Scarsdale Historical Society's newest film, The Road to Heathcote and the Forgotten Railway, explores the unusual origins of the Heathcote neighborhood and tours the last vestiges of Westchester’s ‘Million Dollar A Mile Railroad’ that made stops at the Heathcote Train Station at Five Corners from 1912 to 1937.
Following the screening there will be a Q&A with the Scarsdale Historical Society’s local historians, filmmakers, residents and railroad enthusiasts.
This half hour documentary is directed and edited by local filmmaker, Lesley Topping. It is part of an ongoing series from the Scarsdale Historical Society on the history and neighborhoods of Scarsdale. All the previous films can be viewed at https://www.scarsdalehistoricalsociety.org/videos.