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Maine Two-Foot Gauge Locomotive (editor's title)

Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes locomotive no. 23
Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes locomotive no. 23 was photographed on August 14, 1936, just before it was scrapped. The railroad, formed by a merger in 1908, became the largest Maine two-foot system with more than 120 miles of track and twenty locomotives. It operated until 1935.
Source Lake Forest College Library Special Collections
Coverage Spatial, Maine; Temporal, 1936
Rights Lake Forest College Library Special Collections
Date Created 1936
Creator
Resource Type
Format
Classification
Extent Not available
Depicted Railroad
Location Maine
Equipment, Locomotive Baldwin Loco Works
Equipment: Cars 2-6-2
Builder, locomotive Baldwin Locomotive Works
Collection Munson Paddock Collection Lake Forest College
Institution
Image ID Paddock.464.459
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