Looking slightly out of place in the parking lot of the Big E, Edaville #11 struts her stuff along temporary track at the 2018 Amherst Train Show.
This diminutive narrow gauge 0-6-0, “Edaville Railroad #6”, was on display when I visited the theme park in 1989. I have been unable to determine either the heritage or the disposition of the swit... (more)
Ex Bridgton & Saco River 7 (Baldwin 1913) 2-foot gauge. I shot the freight at Edaville.
Edaville 2-4-4RT no. 7 departs Edaville with the 2 foot gauge passenger train for the 5 1/2 mile loop around the cranberry plantation.
Edaville 2-4-4RT no. 7 sits at the short-lived Cranberry Junction station on a glorious 1956 summer day. I thought this former Bridgeton and Saco River 2 foot gauge engine to be the best looking a... (more)
Edaville #21: "Anne-Elizabeth". Since the departure of the original Maine 2-foot Locomotives in 1993, the only steam power (until very recently) at Edaville Railroad....now known as Edavill... (more)
The only steam powered train in Massachusetts is the 2-foot gauge excursion train at the Edaville USA theme park, formerly known as Edaville Railroad. This operation was founded back in 19... (more)
Two Foot Gauge 2-4-4 T #8, (Baldwin, 1924), crests Mount Urann on Edaville Railroad's 5 1/2 mile mainline loop in the cranberry bogs near South Carver, Massachusetts. Here comes the Carver City Ma... (more)
Edaville Railroad #8, a 2-4-4 T Forney, built by Baldwin for Maine 2-Footer, Bridgton and Harrison in 1924, nears the end of one of its daily 5 1/2 mile trips through the cranbury bogs in South Ca... (more)
Edaville #8, a 2-4-4T departs Edaville station on an afternoon excursion run on, a 5 1/2 loop around cranberry bog reservoirs, near South Carver, Massachussets. The 2-foot gauge Forney was built b... (more)