The Q and I visited the Edaville RR operation in June of 1966. No trains were running that day, so our photos were mainly of railroads items on display.
Edaville #6, a 2-6-0 built by Davenport.
Another view of #6.
A Henschel 0-4-0 2' gauge loco #23036, built 1936.
Freight cars and ball signal.
Mason Lumber #7, a Climax. She has since been moved to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
B&M #1455, 2-6-0 built by Manchester in 1907.
A front view of #1455.
Here's the historic B&M Flying Yankee. In 1993 it was moved to Glen NH where a group headed by Storyland operator Bob Morrell planned to restore it. In 1997 it was moved to the Claremont & Concord's shops for Phase 1 work. In 2005 it was moved to the Hobo Railroad in Lincoln NH where work continues.
Visit the Flying Yankee website for more information.
Some tiny steamers
A little 0-4-0 fireless locomotive - pump her up and away she goes.
Unknown locomotive beside the Flying Yankee.
A little electric switcher, built in 1905 by the Mason Mfg. Co.
In 1993 most of the Edaville's equipment was sold, most of it to the new Maine Narrow Gauge Museum in Portland. In September of 1993 a convoy of historic trucks hauled the locomotives and rolling stock northward.