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The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. & Museum preserves and operates Maine's two foot gauge railway equipment for the education and enjoyment of the public. Visitors can enjoy a scenic train ride along Casco Bay or explore the museum which features...more
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Highly recommended for the price point! Went with two 3.5 year olds and it was perfect. Everyone gets half cup of Dunkin hot cocolate, a sugar cookie, a visit from Santa and the Hobo (just like the movie) and a polar express silver bell. They...More
We rode the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad and toured the associated Railroad Museum on a beautiful fall afternoon. The museum is interesting. It has many exhibits and several rail cars available to inspect. We spent approximately 30 minutes touring the museum. We rode the Narrow...More
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Sat, Sep 22, 9:06 PM
This is a pleasant ride along the Casco Bay and waterfront lasting about a half hour. They stop at the end of the line and reverse to go back to the station. The conductor gives...More
It was very neat to learn the history. While taking the train ride the guide gives you history and explains the areas your traveling by. Great tour to take if you have children with you. It is also pet friendly. There is also a small...More
This is a small but nice museum. They have several train cars that you can walk through. On the walls there is history of the railroad. There is also a train ride along the shore although short it gives you a great idea of what...More
We had a wonderful train ride, which my twenty-month-old enjoyed. The ride lasts about 30 minutes, with a ten minute stop to walk around and look at the train, then back to the start.
It is also worth visiting the museum, with some lovingly restored...More
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The admission to Museum is $5 adult; $4 senior and $3 child 3-12years. Museum & Train ticket $10 adult; $9 senior and $6 child 3-12 years. Museum is open daily from 9:30am to 4:00pm and Train ride from 10:00am to 3:00pm on... More
The admission to Museum is $5 adult; $4 senior and $3 child 3-12years. Museum & Train ticket $10 adult; $9 senior and $6 child 3-12 years. Museum is open daily from 9:30am to 4:00pm and Train ride from 10:00am to 3:00pm on the hour.Hope you enjoy it. Worth a visit!!!
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum is closed for the winter. It normally opens in mid-May. The museum has not yet published its 2015 schedule yet but that should be published by mid-March. You can find the schedule... More
The Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum is closed for the winter. It normally opens in mid-May. The museum has not yet published its 2015 schedule yet but that should be published by mid-March. You can find the schedule at their website.
It's a nice place to visit and take a short ride (a little over a mile each way) on the train. If you are interested in railroads/trolleys, I really suggest also visiting the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunk (about 25 miles south of Portland). They have more than 100 trolleys and offer lots of rides on different trolleys every day.