50 Years Ago, The Beatles Rolled Through New Jersey On A Magical Mystery Train Tour
February 9, 2014

Via NJ.com:

On a stormy Tuesday in February of 1964, Karen Muldoon put on her boots and trundled out in the snow to greet the Beatles. A high school junior at the time, she had the day off, thanks to the weather.

With a little help from her parents and Mother Nature’s blessing, the Yardley, Pa. resident got a handshake and an autograph as the Fab Four traveled through New Jersey.

Muldoon’s mother took her to the rail station in Trenton and they boarded an 11:59 a.m. express train to Washington, D.C. called the Congressman. The teen’s heart fluttered while she made her way through the coaches, strolling ...

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