Narrow Gauge Pictorials of
Maine & other 2' roads
Motive Power
of the
Maine Two Footers
Rolling Stock &
Misc. Equipment
of all the other
Maine 2 Footers

Equipment of the
Sandy River &
Rangeley Lakes
  Pictorial Journey Series
Books on each 2' road
( The book sample pages
filesize is approx 500k )
Vintage, hand tinted, color postcards. Contain images of selected postcards showing the railroads, the industries, the tourist sights, & the surrounding towns.
Newest Maine 2' books
Quick Pic Book

Monson
Forney Locomotives 3 & 4
$24.99













The Monson locomotives 3 & 4 were among the smallest Forney locomotives on the Maine 2 two footers and both survived the WW2 scrap drives. During the photo work, No. 4 was in pieces undergoing rebuilding thus many details normally hidden were very visible.
Oddities & Mysteries
of the Maine Two Footers
$24.99
















This book in 14 chapters discusses and
explores the top mysteries and oddities among the Maine Two Foot roads. It covers unusual circumstances and occurrences from the late 1800's through the Edaville days of the equipment as well as the facilities, people, builders, and even ones involving the ICC.

Quick Pic Book

Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes
Parlor Car "RANGELEY"
$24.99













This book captures the details inside and out of the only 2' Parlor Car built by the original roads
Quick Pic Book

Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes
Model T Rail Inspection Car
$19.99












This railcar was also known as the Vose inspection car as Superintendant Vose used it. It was also occasionally used as an ambulance. The close-up details in this book are perfect for modelers in many scales and gauges.
Quick Pic Book

Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes /
Bridgton & Harrison
Railbus 4
$24.99













This book illustrates the details of this railbus and includes some vintage pictures of it in service as well as at Edaville.
The close-up details modelers and historians
have been asking for are in this book
Vintage, hand tinted, color postcards. Contain images of selected postcards showing the railroads, the industries, the tourist sights, the grand hotels,
and the surrounding towns.