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Other Maine Narrow Gauges (Historic & Preserved) => Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad => Topic started by: Ted Miles on April 16, 2017, 11:50:20 PM

Title: Surviting SR & RL Passenger cars
Post by: Ted Miles on April 16, 2017, 11:50:20 PM
Now that all the Maine Two- foot antiques are back in Maine; I thought a list might be of interest:
                      #4    rail bus        Boothbay Railway Village
                      #9    parlor car     Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co.& Museum
                      #11  combine       Boothbay Railway Village
                      #14  combine       Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co.& Museum
                      #15  combine       Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co.& Museum
                      #17  passenger     Sandy River Railroad
                      #18  passenger     Sandy River Railroad
                      #19  passenger     Sandy River Railroad
                      #20  passenger     Sandy River Railroad
                      #21  passenger     Sandy River Railroad
Ted Miles, WW&F Ry Museum Member
Title: Re: Surviting SR & RL Passenger cars
Post by: Philip Marshall on April 17, 2017, 04:45:57 AM
Hi Ted,

Thanks for posting the list. I may be confused, but I thought SR&RL railbus 4 and coach 19 were at Maine NG, and coach 21 was at Boothbay. You may have more current information than I do though.
Title: Re: Surviting SR & RL Passenger cars
Post by: James Patten on April 17, 2017, 01:10:11 PM
I believe the railbus was at BRV last summer, but I don't know where it is now.

Combine #11 is the unrestored car at the back side of the property, under the shelter.

I forget what number it is, but a coach lettered for Franklin & Megantic is at BRV.
Title: Re: Surviting SR & RL Passenger cars
Post by: Jason M Lamontagne on April 17, 2017, 02:43:15 PM
The F&M coach at BRV is SR&RL 21.

See ya
Jason
Title: Re: Surviting SR & RL Passenger cars
Post by: Mike Fox on April 17, 2017, 09:19:22 PM
The SR&RL combine at Boothbay that Ted is speaking of is the old F&M combine under the shelter.