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)
The 2 foot gauge Edaville railroad has been making kids smile for generations.
Edaville Railroad named from the initials of founder Ellis D. Atwood, was a haven for Maine Two foot gauge locomotives. The 1912 Vulcan 4-4-0 tank engine came from the Monson Railroad and was prim... (more)
After years on display at Edaville, the Flying Yankee is now being restored in New Hampshire
"Flying Yankee" on display
"Flying Yankee", on display