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Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad
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Locale Maine
Dates of operation 1993–Present
Track gauge 2 ft  (610 mm)
Length 1½ miles
Headquarters Portland
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad in Portland Maine

The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum is located in Portland, Maine, United States. The museum was founded in 1993 and contains a collection of rolling stock and artifacts from the 2 ft  (610 mm) gauge narrow gauge railroads that ran in the state of Maine.

The museum also operates a 1½ mile long railroad that runs along the waterfront of Casco Bay. A variety of restored stock is used to run passenger services on the railroad.

Locomotives

Number Builder Type Date Works number Notes
1 General Electric 23 Tonner 1949 Ex-Whitten Machine Works
3 Vulcan Iron Works 0-4-4T 1913 2093 Ex-Monson Railroad. Currently on 15-year lease to the Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad and undergoing boiler overhaul in Phillips.
4 Vulcan Iron Works 0-4-4T 1918 2780 Ex-Monson Railroad. Only operating steam locomotive on site as of 2008.
7 Baldwin Locomotive Works 2-4-4T 1913 40864 Ex-Bridgton and Saco River Railroad. Currently undergoing boiler overhaul to comply with new FRA operating standards. [1]
8 Baldwin Locomotive Works 2-4-4T 1924 57659 Ex-Bridgton and Saco River Railroad.
11 Plymouth? 30 Tonner? New, as of 2007?
14 Plymouth 4 Tonner 1976? Ex-Edaville 14. Out of service?

References

Coordinates: 43°39′45″N 70°14′42″W / 43.6625°N 70.245°W / 43.6625; -70.245


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