Santa finds out who’s naughty or nice at the Railroad Museum of Long Island in Greenport

Santa may live in the North Pole, but every year he takes some time to travel to the North Fork’s Railroad Museum of Long Island.

This is the 20th year Santa has taken time out of his busy schedule to visit the North Fork.

This is the 20th year Santa has taken time out of his busy schedule to visit the North Fork. (12/13/13)

GREENPORT - Santa may live in the North Pole, but every year he takes some time to travel to the North Fork’s Railroad Museum of Long Island.

This is the 20th year Santa has visited children at the Greenport museum. Some children couldn’t wait to tell Santa what they want this Christmas, even though some already sent their lists to the North Pole.

The train museum was a fitting place for Santa to visit, as he says that Thomas the Tank Engine is always at the top of lists.

And Santa has one request this year for the children on Christmas Eve: Oreos!

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