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 me.

If you want more general information on the Maine Central RR, check my MEC 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.

Maintained by James B. VanBokkelen .