Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum
This passenger car was built for the Bangor and Aroostook (Maine) Railroad (BAR) in 1934, to a popular style used throughout New England. It was built by the Osgood-Bradley Company of Worcester, MA. It served the BAR for a number of years before being sold to the Maine Central Railroad, renumbered to 901, and used as a crew car on track maintenance and wreck trains. Because a popular model train was based on these cars, they are often referred to as "American Flyer Cars". This car is now used for storage, we plan to restore it for a maintenance of way display. This car is closed to the public.
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14 Depot Street Shelburne Falls MA 01370        413-625-9443       firstname.lastname@example.org