Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum
Locomotive No.4 outside the museum
|Locale||Portland, Maine, USA|
|Dates of operation||1993–Present|
|Track gauge||2 ft (610 mm)|
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. & Museum is located in Portland, Maine, United States. Based out of the Portland Company Marine Complex, the organization was founded in 1993 and contains a collection of rolling stock and artifacts from the 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge railways that ran in the state of Maine in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
The organization operates a 1½ mile long railroad that runs along the waterfront of Casco Bay and parallels Portland's Eastern Promenade. A variety of restored locomotives and coaches are used to run passenger services on the railroad.
|1||General Electric||23 Tonner||1949||Ex-Whitten Machine Works|
|3||Vulcan Iron Works||0-4-4T||1912||2093||Ex-Monson Railroad. Currently on 15-year lease to the Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad in Phillips, the engine returned to steam on October 30, 2015.|
|4||Vulcan Iron Works||0-4-4T||1918||2780||Ex-Monson Railroad. Out of service as of March 29, 2014 awaiting a new boiler.|
|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. |
|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?|
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