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Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. & Museum, Portland

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Specialty Museum Scenic Railroad
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  • Many small narrow gauge railroad companies ran lines into Portland. This line dates from the 1870s to the 1930s. Rides are given in the summer.  more »
  • We visited the Narrow Gauge Railroad Gauge, Railroad Co & Museum. The fee to enter is cheap. It was $3 a person. There wasn't a lot of items there if you are really into trains. It's mostly a private ...  more »
  • we only went on the train ride (would have liked to go to museum). these folks did an amazing job patching up these old cars and the little maintenance engine does a decent job pushing/pulling the 10 ...  more »
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  • Very fun to take small kids on. Also acouple of pokestops along the way.
  • Extremely short ride but fun never the less. The museum is pretty nice.
  • Fun informative and fascinating history of Maine's railroads in the gilded age and into the twentieth century
  • Pretty lame, actually really lame. The train only moves VERY slowly for 15 minutes. You sit parked at one end of the track for 10 minutes. We took the young kids with us as a "fun kid" activity and even they were complaining they were bored. Any sites seen can be viewed from walking along the water. Save your money! Total rip off.
  • Grandkids and I loved this place!