Tourist & Museum Railways in
Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad #1, a GE 23ton diesel built in
1949, hauls a train along the shore of Casco Bay.
- Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad Unity to
Burnham (about 8 miles, 13 km) or Unity to Thorndike (about 3½ miles,
6 km). Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Operates most Saturdays, some
Sundays, and holidays from late May to mid October. Railcycles are
available for hire on various days when trains are not running.
Railway Village 2 ft (610 mm) gauge steam hauled line circling the
Historic Village. Operates daily from May to October and in December
- Downeast Scenic Railroad Ellsworth to Green Lake
Junction, about 13 miles (21 km). Standard gauge, diesel hauled. Operates
most weekends and holidays from late May to mid October
- Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad About 1½ mile (2.4 km)
of 2 ft (610 mm) gauge line running from the Museum in Portland along
the shore of Casco Bay. Steam & diesel hauled. Operates daily
from May to October, in School Holidays all year, also weekends in
- Sandy River &
Rangeley Lakes Railroad 2 ft (610 mm) gauge line about ½ mile
(0.8 km) in length, in Phillips. Steam & diesel hauled. Operates
typically two weekends each month from June to October.
Trolley Museum historic trams from the Museum in Kennebunkport
to Talbot Park, about 1½ miles (2 km). Operates weekends from May to
October, daily during the Summer.
Waterville & Farmington Railway 2 ft (610 mm) gauge line
from the museum at Sheepscot to Trout Brook, about 3 miles (5 km).
Proposed extension to Alna Center, a further 1 mile (1.6 km).
Steam or diesel hauled. Operates Saturdays from May to October,
Sundays during the summer, and on one or two days in December.