We contiuned down this unique railroad.
This was the end of our three mile trip on the Silver Lakes Railroad. We would now head back but stop for photos at one spot.
Our photo stop on the Silver Lakes Railroad. After that we returned south to Madison and the station. A special thank you to the Silver Lakes Railroad for having us today. Now we will finish looking around.
View looking north up the platform.
The Boston & Maine Madison station also houses the United States Post Office for this train.
Cranrail Corp Plymouth switcher 2.
Speeder Hampton Beach.
A signal along this railroad.
The Silver Lakes Railroad station area.
A Fairmont speeder.
Speeders and Madison Freighthouse.
Maine Central speeder 130500.
A Speeder track car.
Silver Lakes Railroad switcher.
Views of the Madison Freighthouse.
Railroad signals at the end of the siding.
The 1941 Sterling Diner. We left Madison and headed into Maine. At Gray we made a wrong turn but were rewarded for doing so.
The Maine Narrow Gauge Museum will be moving to Gray, Maine in 2017.
Standard Oil of New York Tank Car.
Equipment is being stockpiled here. Our next stop was Yarmouth.
The Yarmounth Grand Trunk station. From here we headed to the Best Western Motel in Freeport for the next two nights.
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