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Maine Central Railroad Co.

United States. Congress. House

Maine Central Railroad Co.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRelief of Maine Central Railroad
    SeriesH.rp.711
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Claims
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination5 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16124139M


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Otherwise there is a Guilford Rail Technical Research and Historical Group and material should be posted in the Guilford Group. The history of the Maine Central Railroad began when the Kennebec & Portland and Androscoggin & Kennebec Railroads merged on Octo  According to Mike Schafer's book, " Classic American Railroads: Volume III," the K&P was chartered on April 5, and opened a line between Waterville and Yarmouth (near Portland) via Augusta.

Maine Central Railroad Company Maine Central Railroad Company Records SpC MS (bulk) 15 cubic feet (11 boxes) linear feet (ledgers) English Abstract: Records of the Maine Central Railroad Company, at one time the largest railroad in New England, and some of its subsidiary companies.

Maine Central Railroad photo album Paperback – by Edwin B Robertson (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Maine Central Railroad Co. book retry" 5/5(5). been accepted for inclusion in Maine Railroad Publications by an authorized administrator of Bangor Community: Digital [email protected]

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Maine. The narrow gauge railroad arrived in the United States in the late nineteenth century. Based on the Welsh two-foot gauge, the American narrow gauge was expanded by railroad engineers to a three-foot gauge that became the standard track width for narrow gauge railroads in the United States.

Maine, however, adopted the two-foot gauge that was developed by George E. In this new book from Railroad Explorer, author George Pitarys takes us back in time for an up close and personal look at his life on one of North America's favorite railroads - the Maine Central.

As a Maine Central Railroad career railroader and accomplished railroad photographer, George has captured the entire Maine Central on film like few. Recommended Citation.

Maine Central Railroad, "Hand-book of Officers, Agents, Stations and Sidings Maine Central Railroad Company" (). Maine Railroad : Maine Central Railroad. The Mountain Division (later the Mountain Subdivision) is a railroad line that was once owned and operated by the Maine Central Railroad (MEC). It stretches from Portland, Maine on the Atlantic Ocean, through the Western Maine Mountains and White Mountains of New Hampshire, ending at St.

Johnsbury, Vermont in the Northeast line was abandoned in Locale: Portland, Maine to St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Maine Central Railroad Co. High St. North Billerica, MA Local: () Social. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Send.

Send Email. Write a review Get directions. Claim this listing Report incorrect info. Hours: Category: Railroads. Maine Central Railroad Company is a private subsidiary of Guilford Transportation Industries, Inc., one of the largest and most successful transportation firms operating in the northeastern section of the United States.

Maine Central Railroad hauls thousands of tons of freight per year, mostly in Maine and New Hampshire. Early History. An exclusive all-color book is available now from the publisher of Railroad Explorer Magazine. Rails Across New England – Volume I covers in great detail the myriad of changes that swept across the northern New England states of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont from the end of the eighties to the end of the nineties, the final decade of the.

Maine Central Railroad began operating diesel locomotives inand had retired all steam locomotives by That time interval was a joint operating period with the Boston and Maine Railroad (B&M).

This article describes diesel locomotives owned by Maine Central through the period of joint operation and later independent operation prior to Guilford Rail System control. Find Maine Central Railroad Co in North Billerica, MA on Yellowbook.

Get contact details or leave a review about this ry: Railroads. The Exciter Magazine was an irregular publication of the Central Maine Power Company created for its employees.

This issue was dedicated to the history of electric railroads in Maine. It is copiously illustrated with photographs and a map of the Portland Railway System. A copy donated to the Maine State Library included a number of unbound : Raymond L.

Bond. Central Maine and Quebec Railway: Ryan Ratledge () Owner/Operator: Eastern Maine Railroad: Ian Simpson () Owner/Operator: Maine Central Railroad (Pan Am Railways) Ted Krug () Owner: Maine Northern Railway Company: Ian Simpson () Owner/Operator: Portland Terminal Railroad (Pan Am Railways.

According to the book, "A Brief History Of The Bangor And Aroostook Railroad," written by George Mulherin published inthe county was allowed to subscribe funds not exceeding five percent of its value to construct the new route.

The line was projected to run miles from Brownville, northward to Caribou, near the New Brunswick border, via Houlton, Island Falls. Maine Central Railroad Locomotive No. History: Like many other regional railroad systems, the Maine Central grew by accretion and consolidation with numerous smaller roads.

The Maine Central Railroad itself appeared on Octoout of consolidation of the earlier Androscoggin and Kennebec Railroad and the Penobscot and Kennebec Railroad. The two finally merged inwith the new company being called the Maine Central Railroad.

With increasing interchange traffic for Boston and the rest of New England, the railroad converted to standard guage in The Maine Central served northern New England until when it was purchased by Guilford Transportation Industries.

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Today, Maine is the the realm of regional and shortline railroads only. The most notable of these are Pan Am Railways, which took over the operations of Guilford (which owned the B&M and Maine Central Railroad); the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railway, which operates the former Grand Trunk; and the Central Maine & Quebec Railway, which operates much of the original BAR.

The Calais Branch is a mothballed railroad line in Maine that was operated by the Maine Central Railroad Company (MEC). The Calais Branch is miles ( km) long and connects Brewer to was constructed in and carried freight and passengers over the years. Passenger service was discontinued in and freight service was discontinued over the.

Maine Central Railroad Company Stations. Stations; Maine Central Railroad Company. The Maine Central Railroad Company (reporting mark MEC) was a railroad in central and southern was chartered in and began operations in It operated a mainline between South Portland, Maine, east to the Canada-U.S.

border with New Brunswick, and a Mountain Division west to Vermont and north to Quebec. The Maine Central Railroad Rumford Branch is a railroad line in Maine now operated as part of the Pan Am Railways system. The Rumford Branch leaves the mainline at Leeds Junction and continues northwest up the Androscoggin River valley, passing through Livermore Falls and terminating at branch comprises the remaining trackage of three earlier branches.

As a Maine Central Railroad career railroader and accomplished railroad photographer, George has captured the entire Maine Central on film like few others have. In this new book he shares his personal experiences both from trackside and from the dispatcher’s desk. The story of the Maine Central in the glory years of the ‘70s, ‘80s and.

Maine Central rail car on display at the Cole Land Transportation Museum in Bangor, Maine. The Maine Central Railroad Company (reporting mark MEC) was a former U.

Class I railroad in central and southern Maine. [citation needed] It was chartered in and began operations in ByMaine Central was the longest railroad in New Central had.

been accepted for inclusion in Maine Railroad Publications by an authorized administrator of Bangor Community: Digital [email protected] For more information, please [email protected] Recommended Citation Maine Central Railroad, "Hand-book of Officers, Agents, Stations and Sidings Maine Central Railroad Company" ().

Maine Author: Maine Central Railroad. Atlantic Shore Line Railway: its predecessors and its successors. Osmond Richard Cummings. Introduction. The SALE of the 3-mile electric freight line between Sanford and Springvale, Maine, to the Sanford & Eastern Railroad by the York Utilities Company, and subsequent changeover to Diesel motive power, all but brings to an end the colorful history of the second.

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$ Year:. The Maine Central Railroad Company (reporting mark MEC) was a former U. Class I railroad in central and southern Maine.

It was chartered in and began operations in ByMaine Central was the longest railroad in New England. Maine Central had expanded to 1, miles when the United States Railroad Administration assumed control.

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Shows Maine Central Railroad and steamship lines. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

AACR2: ; /1; /2. For more than thirty years, Pan Am Railways has served New England's industries from northern Maine to New York's Capital District.

Learn more about how Pan Am Railways delivers for New England's industries.The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Boston and Maine Railroad. Books from the extended shelves: Boston and Maine Railroad: Agreement for the consolidation of Fitchburg railroad company, Boston & Lowell railroad corporation, Connecticut River railroad company, the Concord & Montreal railroad, Lowell & Andover railroad company, Manchester & Lawrence railroad.

The B&M Railroad Historical Society published "A Guide to the Boston & Maine Railroad Historical Archives" of which the 7th edition is online at the link. Further detail on the Maine Central Railroad Company Records at the B&MRRHS is provided.