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Long Island Live Steamers, Southaven Park Long Island, The Best kept secret of Long Island
The next scheduled
Public Run Day
Can be found
by
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Come early and stay late, but plan now for a great family day of Train Riding Action.

Long Island Live Steamers Membership information and Members Only Area

Click here for great photos of LILS
by J-D Creative Photography 8.6.2011!


The Press Room

Long Island Live Steamers - Media Resources Page
The following links and downloads of Long Island Live Steamers media, including logos, are provided for the convenience of media outlets for research, promotion, and reporting of Long Island Live Steamers events.


Member Video provided by Tom Dunn.


Video provided by Tom Dunn.


Member Video provided by Tom Dunn.

Media Inquiries should
be directed to:

Sue Heilig
Secretary
Long Island Live Steamers
(631) 345-0499
or: Contact via e-mail
Media Downloads
Download our basic, "About Long Island Live Steamers," Fact Sheet.
LILS on YouTube.
LILS on YouTube I.
LILS on YouTube II
LILS on YouTube III


Long Island Live Steamers: Links Page


Long Island Live Steamers in the Press

Paul Schiller, of the Long Island Metal Workers writes, "The smell of burning coal, the sight of steam clouds, the sound of laughter, and the feel of wind on your face. This was the order of the day on Saturday August 1st as the Long Island Live Steamers hosted affiliated groups, including our own LIMWS, at their unique facility in Southaven County Park. The Live Steamer's are now in their 43rd year. Everywhere one looked, the passion they have for their hobby was prominently on display. As metalworkers we have a unique insight and appreciation for the skill and dedication it took for them to create these fantastic, improbable, and captivating machines. It was a pure joy to be in the company of so many people with such obvious pride in what they do. One leaves at the end of the day with a renewed enthusiasm to go and make some chips of your own."    The images Long Island Metal Workers posted to their site.


Our Public Run days are usually scheduled for the second and last Sundays of the month from May through October.