Category Archives: SR&RL

Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad and predecessor railroads (SR, P&R, F&M, Madrid RR, K&DR, Eustis)

PLW -Announces SR&RL Caboose #554

Gary Kohler of Portland Locomotive works has announced intent to develop SR&RL caboose #554.  As usual, this will be a limited time offering.  If your interested, send him an email.  Here is his email All   we PLAN to start … Continue reading

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Moody River Flanger

Tad’s scratch build flanger is based on a SR&RL prototype.

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Moody River #1

Tad Miyano built one of the first known scratch built Sn2 locomotives, an 0-4-4 Forney.  His Moody River railroad #1 is based on Sandy River #1, one of the original B&B locomotives.  The model appeared in in an Sn2 article … Continue reading

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Progress on SR&RL Strong Depot and Caboose…

Recently, Harry Downey has converted from HOn30 to Sn2. He has not yet started building a layout. He has started working no building models. Two of his first are a Banta SR&RL Strong Depot and a Mount Blue 556 Caboose.

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A Sn2 SR&RL inspired boxcar – web article

  The Modelers Guild e-magazine has an article about scratch building a SR&RL inspired Sn2 Boxcar.  The image above was taken from that article. Checkout the article by following the link. http://modelersguild.com/e-magazine/follow-the-build/scratch-builds/212-a-sandy-river-a-rangeley-lakes-inspired-boxcar-in-sn2.html A few editorial comments from David Keith: Overall, … Continue reading

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Strong Creamery history and drawings – by Wes Ewell

Strong Creamery history and drawings – by Wes Ewell Wes Ewell has a web page of the Strong Creamery on the SR&RL railrod.  The page includes vintage photos, current day photos, and drawing he made himself. http://twofootartist.com/strong-maine-creamery/

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