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Henschel 13, Steam Locomotive #12313

Built 1913, imported by the Boothbay Railway Museum. Reboilered by Hodge Boiler Works, East Boston, 1965. 0-4-0T. Serviceable

Henschel 6, Steam Locomotive #22486

Built 1934. Purchased by Boothbay Railway Village from William Downey. 0-4-0T. Serviceable

Henschel Steam Locomotive #24022

Built 1938, imported by Steam Village, Laconia, NH. Purchased by Boothbay Railway Museum, 1969, 0-4-0T, Display only.

Henschel Steam Locomotive #24023

Built 1938, imported by Steam Village, Laconia, NH. Purchased by Boothbay Railway Museum, 1969, 0-4-0T, Serviceable.

Baldwin Steam Locomotive #14283

Built 1895 for S. D. Warren Co., Westbrook, ME. Sold to Van Walsh, Hr., of Ridgewood NJ. Sold to Boothbay Railway Museum, 1969. 0-4-0T. Display

Baldwin Steam Locomotive #14522

Built 1895 for S. D. Warren Co., Westbrook, ME. Sold to Van Walsh, Hr., of Ridgewood NJ. Sold to Boothbay Railway Museum, 1969. 0-4-0T. Under Restoration.

Plymouth Gasoline Locomotive

Built 1929, 4 Cylinder Buda gasoline engine with friction drive. Purchased 1975 4ton 0-4-0, Serviceable

Ford Mode T

1923 Inspection vehicle built by Monson Railroad, Monson ME. Under Restoration.

Boxcar #312

Built Portland, ME 1894 for the Wiscasset & Quebec Railroad.

Boxcar 147

Built Philips Maine 1916 for the Sandy River & Rangely Lakes Railroad

Boxcar 132

Built Philips Maine 1912 for the Sandy River & Rangely Lakes Railroad.

Combine 11

Built 1885 Laconia Car Co., Laconia NH for the Franklin & Megantic Railroad.

Handcar

Built for the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway, date unknown.

Open Coach

Purchased Steam Village 1969

Closed Coach

Built by boat builder Cecil Pierce, Southport, ME 1965

Caboose

Purchased Steam Village 1969

Dump Cars

4 - date unknown

Flat cars

4 - date unknown

Two-Foot Gauge Equipment

Exhibits

Restorations

Shop Work

Steam School

Equipment Roster