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How To Move A Bridge In Alna: Take Route 218

Shortly after dawn Saturday at Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum on Alna's Cross Road, the nonprofit's volunteers and hired Westport Island firm Chesterfield Associates prepared to head north with a rebuilt 1918, 30-ton Douglas fir bridge. The trip to Trout Brook took hours. The journey to Saturday took 11 months.

Old Depots Survive In Eastern Ohio

Story on surviving stations in eastern Ohio

Churchill Railway Deal Revitalizes Hopes For Northern Port

We can't ignore the potential...News of a deal to sell and repair a Manitoba town's broken rail line means more than just a return to reasonably priced groceries and easier access for visitors to the polar bear capital of Canada.

Photographers Invited To Shoot Vintage Trolley Cars At Shore Line Trolley Museum

Photography buffs of all skill levels are invited to pursue the ideal shot when the Shore Line Trolley Museum hosts its annual Photographer's Night Saturday, Aug. 25. The nonprofit museum will be rolling out several refurbished photogenic trolley cars into its carbarn-yard on the East Haven/Branford line, as well as along its 1 1/2-mile rail line through the Branford's Land Trust salt marsh.

Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Relocating To Gray, ME

Short description and link to a promotional video for the new Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum.

Ties From Old Interurban Railroad Unearthed

Ties from the Cleveland, Southwestern and Columbus interurban were found under a street in Medina, Ohio.

Stewartstown Railroad Station Roof Failing

The Stewartstown Railroad, in Stewartstown, PA is trying to raise funds to replace the Station's roof and save the Station.

Colfax Village Board Sells Soo Park To The Colfax Railroad Museum

Miniature 7.5" railroad to open in Colfax, WI at the Museum

Historical Railroad Car Finds New Life In Northern Nevada

A former Central Pacific car that carried dignitaries to the Golden Spike ceremony in 1869 is being restored at the Nevada State Railroad Museum for the 150th anniversary of the event.