Maine Two Footers / Scrap Book

   

Monson Loco No.3
Monson RR No.3 at Alna at the annual WW&F Museum picnic. Owned by the Maine Narrow Gauge Museum in Portland, Maine. They had very graciously loaned the locomotive and crew for this annual fund raising event. The Museums in Maine all work together towards the common goal of preserving Maine's railroad heritage.

Photo: Keith Taylor

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This photo of Loco No.9 was taken last fall (1998) at the Alna Shops of the WW&F Museum. Since the photo was taken the boys have painted over that horrible orange primer on the boiler. Besides the view of the locomotive, this photo clearly shows the typical narrow gauge track construction technique.

Photo: Keith Taylor

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This photo of Monson No.3 and train (including the Wiscasset & Quebec Coach No.3) was taken on 14 August 1999
during the annual picnic at the WW&F Museum.

Photo: James Patten

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This photo of No. 10 over the makeshift pit was taken on 11 September 1999 at the WW&F Museum.

Photo: James Patten

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A group of us at the Albion station on our Albion work day at the WW&F Museum (2 October 1999).

Photo: James Patten

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A train on the new track at the north end, at the WW&F Museum (16 October 1999).

Photo: James Patten

 

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