Preserved Maine Central Passenger Equipment

The original basis of this compilation is the work of George O'Keefe Jr. posted on the Boston &Maine/Maine Central Forum at Much of the information came from sources in the literature and the world wide web - I intend to expand and revise it as more complete information becomes available. Corrections and criticisms to .

If you want more general information on the Maine Central RR, here's a link to my top-level index.

Surviving Passenger Equipment of the Maine Central RR.

Number Description Location Notes
16 LW diner-lounge/Pullman-Standard/1947 Hancock Port Commission, Gulfport MS Arundel Stored
155 Wood SUF Coach/Laconia/1910 Downeast Scenic RR, Ellsworth ME Restored, operating
209 Steel Coach-Smoker/Osgood Bradley/1917 Conway Scenic RR, N. Conway NH Stored
322 HW Steel Combine/Pullman/1907 Pan Am Ry. Waterville ME Converted to power car, stored
333 HW Business Car/Pullman/1924 Pan Am Ry. Waterville ME Built as private car Nituna, to MEC 1939, stored
409 Wood SUF Baggage 30' RPO/Osgood Bradley/1912 Conway Scenic RR, N. Conway NH Stored
411 HW Steel Baggage 30' RPO/Laconia/1914 RR Museum of New England, Thomaston CT Converted to baggage 352, under restoration
501 Wood/SUF Baggage-Smoker/Laconia/1910 Cooperville & Marne Ry, Marne MI stored
540 LW combine/P-S/1947 Kennekuk County Park, Danville IL Lumber King Preserved, static

1947 LW coach MEC 245 Abenaki was sold by the MP as NdeM 4481, but was likely scrapped after 1979 - further information welcome.

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James B. VanBokkelen (