First Train arriving Key West. The first passenger train, called Mr. Flagler’s Special, arriving at Key West on January 22, 1912. © Henry Morrison Flagler Museum Archives.
Detail of Train crossing Moser Channel postcard. Historical postcard depicting a Florida East Coast Railway train crossing Moser Channel. © Henry Morrison Flagler Museum Archives.
Driving sheet piles Tavernier Creek. A steam-powered floating pile driver at Tavernier Creek, the waterway between Key Largo and Plantation Key, March, 1907. © Henry Morrison Flagler Museum Archives.
Train crossing Steel Bridge over Sea near Knights Key, Florida, 1910 or after, historic postcard, Courtesy Monroe County Public Library.
Gold Telegram Box. Replica of an elaborate Tiffany & Co. box, which holds a gold copy of the telegram sent to Henry Flagler to announce the completion of the Over-Sea Railroad, presented to him by railroad employees on January 22, 1912. © Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.
This commemorative plaque with silver and gold medallions, made by Tiffany & Co., was presented to Henry Flagler at the opening celebration of the Over-Sea Railroad by the people of Key West, in gratitude for connecting their city to the continental United States. © Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.
Visitors touring "First Train to Paradise: The Railway That Went To Sea." The exhbition is open through January 8, 2011. © Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.