Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Maine's Ten National Register of Historic Places Electric Railway Vehicles at Seashore Trolley Museum

The "Mother Car" of all trolley museums in the world,
 Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company No. 31. Built in 1900
by the J. G. Brill Company in Philadelphia, PA, Car 31
is a double-truck open car that carries 60 passengers and has
been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since
1980. Nine other historic Maine railway vehicles join
Car 31 on the NRHP list and are all held in public trust at
Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, Maine.
In addition, Car 31 became a Save America's Treasures
Project in 2000. Photo courtesy of Michael de la Vega.

Car 31 in Old Orchard Beach. Collection of Charles Duncan
at STM.

     In 2019, Seashore Trolley Museum will celebrate its 80th Anniversary! July 5, 1939, was the day that Seashore's creators paid a deposit of $108 for Car 31 to Mr. Stride, the general manager of the Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company. The balance of $42 was paid a few days later. Car 31 is recognized as the first electric railway vehicle acquired by private individuals specifically for the purpose of starting an electric railway museum. Car 31 arrived at what was the original 10 acres (of what would become Seashore Trolley Museum) in North Kennebunkport on July 15, 1939. That original car sitting on ten acres did not remain alone very long. Over the past 79 years, the number of mass transit vehicles and related equipment has grown to include more than 200 electric railway vehicles, 60 buses, more than a dozen trackless trolleys, and transit-related buildings, all on a campus that has a little over 300 contiguous acres in three communities (Kennebunkport, Arundel, and Biddeford).

Car 31 at its new home in North Kennebunkport in the fall
of 1939. It wouldn't be alone for very long. STM

     This blog post will speak specifically to the collection of historic Maine railway vehicles on the campus of the Seashore Trolley Museum. 

Maine Railway Equipment Listed on the National Register

1939 (Acquired) - No. 31 - Biddeford and Saco Railroad Company
  • Built in 1900, 12-Bench Open by J. G. Brill Company, Philadelphia, PA
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Official Project of Save America's Treasures in 2000
  • First trolley/streetcar preserved by a private organization for museum purposes worldwide
  • Last open trolley car to operate in regular service in Maine
  • Only surviving original railway vehicle from the Biddeford & Saco Railroad Company

Car 31 out for a mainline trip on July 4, 1999
during 60th-anniversary activities celebrating
the beginning of what would become Seashore
Trolley Museum. No. 31 had major restoration
work in the mid-1970s. Its interior and the
exterior was "freshened up" in the late 1990s.
It is in need of some mechanical and truck
work.  PWM photo.

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

Click Here to see the video of Seashore Trolley Museum Founder, Theodore Santarelli tell how Car 31 was saved, which started the Museum

1941 (Acquired) - No. 615 - Portland Railroad Company
  • Built in 1920, Birney Safety Car by Wason Manufacturing Company, Springfield, MA
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Only surviving railway equipment from the Portland Railroad Company
  • Originally was built for and operated by the Portland Railroad Company (ME) as No. 615. No. 615 was sold to the Biddeford and Saco Railroad Company in 1936, where it retained its No. 615 and operated until 1939.
Portland Railroad Company's No. 615 Birney car is being
loaded on a trailer at Thornton Heights in Scarborough, ME to
be delivered to the Biddeford & Saco Railroad carhouse in
Saco. The PRR sold No. 615 to the B&SRR in 1936. 615
would operate on the B&SRR line until the line converted to
buses in early July of 1939. The body of 615 would be used
as a shed during the dismantling of the RR and later 
acquired by early Seashore members and moved to
the fledgling campus in North Kennebunkport.

No. 615 on Main Street in Biddeford on June 5, 1939
Just a month before the Biddeford & Saco
Railroad converted to buses. 
Gerald Cummingham photo at STM

No. 615 at Seashore circa 1950. 615 was the "bunkhouse"
for volunteers for many of the early years. Photo "Historic
Cars of Seashore Electric Railway" @1954.

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

Portland Railroad Company No. 615 on display at 
Seashore during the ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the
completion of the restoration of the Atlantic Shore Line
electric locomotive No. 100 on September 25, 2009.
A correct truck was acquired for 615.
It is in need of restoration. Karl Johnson photo.

1946 (Acquired) - No. 52 - Aroostook Valley Railroad Company
  • Built in 1909, Express/Freight Motor by J. G. Brill Company, Philadelphia, PA
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Only known surviving combination freight motor, express car, & snowplow electric railway vehicle in Maine
Aroostook Valley Railroad Company
No. 52 Box Motor-Snow Plow. 
This picture was taken by General Electric Engineers and
was used for many years as advertising in trade magazines. It
shows the frame and mounting for the air-controlled 
"Nose Plow". No. 52 was built with it being able to
perform many different duties for the small electric railroad.
Engineers from General Electric built No. 52 to be able to
plow snow and still be used for other purposes,
construction car, express car, or small locomotive. No. 52's 
role in advertising was to convince other small railroads that
savings could be made using this concept.

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.


No. 52 during shifting at Seashore Trolley Museum
in the summer of 2016. Eric Gilman photo

1946 (Acquired)- No. 70 - Aroostook Valley Railroad Company
  • Built in 1912, Wooden Interurban Combine by Wason Manufacturing Co., Springfield, MA
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Made the last passenger run over the Aroostook Valley Railroad on August 7, 1946
Aroostook Valley Railroad Company No. 70 at Washburn
before the track was moved from the street to the
private right-of-way circa 1911. PWM 

70 must have been buried cause this
is 71 (70 a twin to 71) National
Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.


Aroostook Valley Railroad Company No. 70
on September 26, 2009, following being on display during
the ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of
the restoration of the Atlantic Shore Line electric locomotive
No. 100 on September 25, 2009. PWM

Interior restoration of AVRR No. 70 is not complete,
though seats have been restored. 2016 photo PWM

1946 (Acquired)- No. 82 - York Utilities Company
  • Built in 1919, Birney Safety Car by Wason Manufacturing Company, Springfield, ME
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Originally was built for and operated by the Denver & South Platte Railway as No. 2. No. 2 was sold to the York Utilities Company in 1927, where it operated as No. 82 until 1946.
York Utilities Company No. 82 at the
River Street carhouse circa 1946. STM

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

Interior of York Utilities Company No. 82 STM

No. 82 at Seashore circa 1950. Photo "Historic Cars of
Seashore Electric Railway" @1954. No. 82 needs to be
restored. 

1947 (Acquired)- No. 8  - Mousam River Railroad Company
  • Built in 1893, Baggage & Express Trailer by the Portland Company, Portland, ME
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Only surviving railway equipment from Mousam River Railroad Co. (Sanford/Springvale, ME)
Mousam River Railroad Company No. 8 on the left with steps
leading up to the sliding door, at the York Utilities Company
carhouse on River Street in Sanford circa 1946. STM

Mousam River Railroad Company No. 8 at Seashore Trolley
Museum circa 1960. No. 8 has been restored. PWM

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

1947 (Acquired)- No. 88  - York Utilities Company
  • Built in 1926, Lightweight One-Man Car by the Wason Manufacturing Co, Springfield, MA
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Last electric streetcar to carry passengers in regular service in Maine - April 1, 1947
  • Was Originally built for and operated by the East Taunton Street Railway (MA) as No. 12. No. 12 was sold to the York Utilities Company in 1933, where it operated as No. 88 until 1947.
York Utilities Company No. 88 on Washington Street in
Sanford with one of the Goodall Mill buildings on River
Street in the distant background. Circa 1947 just before
passenger service ended. Freight service would continue
for two more years. No. 88 has not been restored. STM

No. 88 at Seashore circa 1950. Salt used on the tracks has
taken its toll over these many years. No. 88 has not been
restored and it will require a lot of work and funds
to restore it to operable condition. Photo "Historic Cars of
Seashore Electric Railway" @1954 

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

1947 (Acquired)- No. 100  - Atlantic Shore Line Railway
  • Built in 1906, Steeple Cab Electric locomotive by Laconia Car Company Works, Laconia, NH
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • The sole surviving electric locomotive of its type in its original configuration in America
  • Only surviving railway equipment from the Atlantic Shore Line Railway
  • One of three of the first electric locomotives in Maine (all three ordered on the same invoice)
  • Last electric locomotive to operate in Maine - June 1949
Atlantic Shore Line Railway electric locomotive No. 100
pulling a train of boxcars in the Goodall Mill complex in
Sanford, ME, circa 1907. STM photo

No. 100 at the York Utilities (YUCo) carbarn at River &
Brook Streets, Sanford, circa the 1930s.

No. 100 was a hard working locomotive for decades at
Seashore Trolley Museum before the wear and tear
put it out of service. Here it is in use carry ballast for
building the track at the "Terminal" operation in 1957. STM

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.


Atlantic Shore Line Railway No. 100 making its
way to the restoration shop for its initial inspection prior
to its complete restoration beginning. September 2005 PWM

Atlantic Shore Line Railway electric locomotive No. 100
was fully restored and released for limited operation
on Seashore Trolley Museum's Heritage Railway
in September 2009. PWM

1947 (Acquired)- No. 108  - Portsmouth, Dover & York Street Railway
  • Built in 1904, Railway Post Office/Express Car by Laconia Car Company Works, Laconia, NH
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Was used in the First-Day-Issue cover release of streetcar commemorative stamps at STM in 1983, officiated by Vice-President George Bush and Postmaster General William Bolger
  • Only surviving railway equipment from the Portsmouth, Dover & York Street Railway
Laconia Car Company-built PD&Y Mail and Express car
No. 108 when new circa 1904. STM

Sorting letters inside PD&Y No. 108 is clerk Charles Preston.
STM

No. 108 on its side after toppling off Brave Boat Harbor
trestle in 1918. Shortly after this accident, it was converted to
a work maintenance car for doing overhead wire work.
STM

No. 108 at Seashore circa 1950. Photo "Historic Cars of
Seashore Electric Railway" @1954.

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.
PD&Y No. 108 came to Seashore from York Utilities Co.
in 1949. 108 had exterior restoration work in the early 1980s
in preparation for use in 1983 for the first-day-issue stamp
ceremony at STM. Needs it's interior restored and needs
its exterior refreshed. 

1969 (Acquired)- No. 14  - Portland-Lewiston Interurban
  • Built in 1912, Wooden Interurban Coach "Narcissus" by Laconia Car Company Works, Laconia, NH
  • National Register of Historic Places - #198011148000262 in 1980
  • Former President Theodore Roosevelt was a passenger on No. 14 on August 18, 1914
  • Only surviving railway equipment from the Portland-Lewiston Interurban
Portland-Lewiston Interurban No. 14, Narcissus had been 
operating on the new electric railroad for less than two
months, when former President Theodore Roosevelt
was a passenger on a trip between Lewiston and Portland
on August 18, 1914. TR is seen here waving from the
number two end train door of the Narcissus to the gathered
spectators at the Gray, ME stop. Photo courtesy of
the Gray Historical Society.

PLI No. 14, Narcissus in Lewiston early in April 1933, less
than three months before Maine's Fastest and Finest
Electric Railroad ceased operations. STM

The body of PLI No. 14, Narcissus was the summer camp
of the J. Henri Vallee family at Sabattus Pond for thirty-five
years. Mr. Vallee transferred ownership of the Narcissus to
Seashore upon completion of a new home built to replace
the former summer home. See here in late October 1969,
the Narcissus is secured to Seashore's "Highway Monster"
and is about to travel to its new home in Kennebunkport. 
Photo courtesy of Daniel Vallee.

PLI No. 14, Narcissus is seen to the right in Seashore's
public parking area in the spring of 1970. PWM

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

PLI No. 14, Narcissus is seen here in March 2018, in 
Seashore Trolley Museum's Donald G. Curry Town House
Restoration Shop. The Narcissus is currently in the midst of
being completely restored to operating condition. PWM

Maine Railway Equipment - Accessioned and Non-Accessioned

1991 (Acquired)- No. 60  - Waterville, Fairfield & Oakland Street Railway Company
  • Built in 1922, Double-Truck Safety Car by Wason Manufacturing Company, Springfield, MA
  • Only surviving railway equipment from the Waterville, Fairfield & Oakland Street Railway
  • Was originally built for and operated by the Brocton and Plymouth Street Railway (MA) as No. 400. No. 400 was sold to the WF&O in 1928, where it operated as No. 60 until 1937. Seashore acquired the body of No. 60 in 1991 from the Farrin Brothers & Smith Construction Company of Plantation, ME.
  • No. 60 is an accessioned vehicle in Seashore's railway collection
Waterville, Fairfield & Oakland Railway Company No. 60
on June 18, 1935, on Maine Street, Fairfield, ME. No. 60
arrived at Seashore as a body. It will require equipment and
major work on the interior and exterior.
Photo by Roger Borrup.

National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

1946 (Acquired)- No. 71 - Aroostook Valley Railroad Company
  • Built in 1912, Wooden Interurban Combine by Wason Manufacturing Co., Springfield, MA
  • No.71 is NOT an accessioned vehicle - may be used as a static exhibit to show as a "Before" restoration example
Aroostook Valley Railroad Company No. 71 at the 
Caribou, ME terminal with Granville Allen at the controls.

No. 71 image from Historic Cars of the Seashore Trolley
Museum 1967

70 must have been buried (71 is the twin sister
of 70) National Register photo on file at
ME Historic Preservation Comm.

1946 (Acquired)- No. 80 - York Utilities Company

  • Built in 1919, Birney Safety Car by Wason Manufacturing Company, Springfield, ME
  • Originally was built for and operated by the Denver & South Platte Railway as No. 1. No. 1 was sold to the York Utilities Company in 1927, where it operated as No. 80 until 1946.
  • No. 80 is currently being restored as it was originally to its No. 1, Denver & South Platte Railway configuration.
  • No. 80 is an accessioned vehicle in Seashore's railway collection
No. 80 at Seashore circa 1950. Photo "Historic Cars of
Seashore Electric Railway" @1954.


Each of the historic Maine railway vehicles has had its own individual assessment conducted. The purpose was to assess current condition in order to prepare a plan for estimating costs associated with maintenance or restoration needs over a ten-year period. This assessment was part of an examination to prepare a presentation for having these vehicles, along with the historic Maine buses prepared for display/exhibit in a state-of-the-art, proposed new 22,000 sq. ft. "Maine Transportation Hall" with its companion 9,000 sq. ft. Education Center. More details to follow in subsequent blog posts

2010 STM

Proposed location of the two new buildings and other new
construction or relocation of existing buildings. 2010
STM

Schedule of PLI/Narcissus Presentations - Spring 2018

The Narcissus (left) and the Gladiolus at the West Falmouth substation
May 19, 1916. Seashore Trolley Museum image

April 17 - West Falmouth Baptist Church - Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
                 18 Mountain Road, Falmouth, Maine
"The Portland-Lewiston Interurban & No. 14, Narcissus"
The Portland-Lewiston Interurban (PLI) operated in West Falmouth and carried 7.3 million passengers between 1914 and 1933. Learn about the construction (1910-1914) of the line, operations between Portland and Lewiston, Theodore Roosevelt's 1914 ride from Lewiston to Portland on the high-speed luxury interurban, Narcissus, the only surviving high-speed interurban from the line that exists today. Currently, under restoration at Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, the PLI's No. 14, Narcissus, has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1980. A number of PLI/Narcissus artifacts will be on display during the event. Narcissus project manager Phil Morse and restoration technician Donald Curry from Seashore Trolley Museum will be the presenters.
This is a free public event is in cooperation with Falmouth300Falmouth Memorial Library, and the Falmouth Historical Society.
                  

The 1915 Morrison Hill Station from the Portland-Lewiston Interurban
in West Cumberland, Maine, at Seashore Trolley Museum in
Kennebunkport greets passengers as they arrive on the 1901 open trolley car
No. 303 from New Haven, CT. July 2017 PWM image

May 15 - West Cumberland Recreation Hall  - Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
                115 (Rear) Blackstrap Road, Cumberland, Maine
"The 1915 Morrison Hill Station & the PLI in West Cumberland"
The Portland-Lewiston Interurban (PLI) operated in West Cumberland and carried 7.3 million passengers between 1914 and 1933. The 1915 waiting station at Morrison Hill was donated to Seashore Trolley Museum by Richard Budd, owner of Budd's Gulf in West Cumberland. Learn about the construction (1910-1914) of the line, operations between Portland and Lewiston, Theodore Roosevelt's 1914 ride from Lewiston to Portland on the high-speed luxury interurban, Narcissus, the only surviving high-speed interurban from the line that exists today. Currently, under restoration at Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, the PLI's No. 14, Narcissus, has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1980. A number of PLI/Narcissus artifacts will be on display during the event. Narcissus project manager Phil Morse and restoration technician Donald Curry from Seashore Trolley Museum will be the presenters.
This is a free public event is in cooperation with Prince Memorial Library


Please Consider a Donation to the Narcissus
and help us see this restoration through to completion!
See below for donation options

Thank You


We Did It!! 

$40,000 Raised!

Your Donations to the Narcissus Combined to Achieve the Goal. Raise $40,000 for the Narcissus to Meet the Challenge of the Matching Grant from the 

This brings the Combined Total Amount of Donations to the
Narcissus, based on the 20th Century Electric Railway Foundation's matching grants to $100,000!  

The $40,000 donation is the 2nd donation to the Narcissus from the 20th Century Electric Railway Foundation as a result of successfully raising funds for a matching grant. A previous $10,000 matching grant challenge was achieved in 2014.

Donations made to the Narcissus Fund 816-A, during 2018 and until further notice,
 will be used for work and materials needed to restore the interior of the Narcissus.

See below for Donation options -

It starts with YOU
Your Donation Matters
Make a Donation TODAY

Please Help the Narcissus
Donations are now being raised to restore the interior of the Narcissus.

Donation Options to Help Restore the Narcissus:


The New England Electric Railway Historical Society (NEERHS)
is the 501c3 organization that owns and operates the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, ME and the National Streetcar
The NEERHS is registered with the IRS (EIN# 01-0244457) and was incorporated in Maine in 1941.

Check or Money Order ***** should be made payable to:
New England Electric Railway Historical Society (NEERHS)
In the memo please write: Narcissus Fund 816-A
Mail to: Seashore Trolley Museum
              P. O. Box A
              Kennebunkport, ME 04046

Credit Card ***** donations can be a one-time donation or you
may choose to have a specific amount charged to your card
automatically on a monthly basis. Please contact the Museum bookkeeper, Connie, via email at finance@NEERHS.org or by phone, 207-967-2712 ext. 5.

Online Donations - may be made by using a Credit Card: 
Click Here to make an online donation through the Museum's website - When at the Donation page: Fill in donor info, etc., when at "To which fund are you donating? Scroll down to "Other" and type in: 816-A Narcissus, then continue on filling in the required information.

Click Here for PayPal - to make an online donation: you can use email: finance@NEERHS.org and in the message box write:
For Narcissus fund 816-A

Donation of Securities ***** We also accept donations of
securities. You can contact the Museum bookkeeper, Connie, via email at finance@NEERHS.org or by phone, 207-967-2712 ext. 5,
for brokerage account information for accepting donated securities.

BONUS ***** If you work for a company/corporation that will
"match" an employee's donation to an approved 501c3 non-profit,
educational, organization, please be sure to complete the necessary paperwork with your employer so that your donation is matched :)

Questions? ***** Please contact Narcissus project manager:
Phil Morse, pmorse31@gmail.com or call 207-985-9723 - cell.

Thank You :)

Thank You for our Current Funding Partners
20th Century Electric Railway Foundation - 2017/2014 Matching Grant Challenges
Mass Bay RRE - 2018 Railroad Preservation Grant 
Thornton Academy (Saco, ME) - Staff & Alumni - Matching Grant Challenge 2014
* New England Electric Railway Historical Society (Kennebunkport, ME) - Member Donations
Amherst Railway Society - 2015 Heritage Grant
National Railway Historical Society - 2016 & 2015 Heritage Preservation Grants
Enterprise Holding Foundation - 2015 Community Grant
Theodore Roosevelt Association - Member Donations
John Libby Family Association and Member Donations
* The Conley Family - In Memory of Scott Libbey 2017/2016/2015
The W. S. Libbey Family - Awalt, Conley, Graf, Holman, Libbey, McAvoy, McLaughlin, Meldrum, O'Halloran, Salto, - 2017
* The Hughes Family 2017/2016/2010
New Gloucester Historical Society and Member Donations
Gray Historical Society and Member Donations
Gray Public Library Association - Pat Barter Speaker Series
* IBM - Matching Employee/Retiree Donations
* Fidelity Charitable Grant - Matching Employee Donations
* Richard E. Erwin Grant - 2017/2016


The Narcissus, with interior back-lit, stained glass windows are majestic.
Make a donation today to help restore the interior of this Maine gem.
Help Theodore Roosevelt's Maine Ride get back on track! Once restored,
you will be able to ride in luxury on this National Register Treasure at
Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, Maine.
PWM photo


Please Consider Making a Donation to the Narcissus Restoration Project. We are currently raising funds to restore the interior of this Maine gem.

Various News stories during the summer of 2015 about the
Narcissus and its connection to Theodore Roosevelt. TR
was a passenger on the Narcissus on August 18, 1914.


Click Here to See the list of All Previous Blog Posts - 100-Plus

Link to Libby/Libbey Family connections

Click Here - Portland Public Library Presentation - History of the Portland-Lewiston Interurban
Click Here - W. S. Libbey - The Man and His Mill
Click Here - W. S. Libbey - His 1908 Stanley Steamer K 30-hp Semi-Racer
Click Here - W. Scott Libbey's 1908 Stanley Steamer History to be Featured - July 21, 2017
Click Here - Scrapbook Celebrates the People of the Portland-Lewiston Interurban
Click Here - May 18, 1914, Newspaper Story on the Passing of PLI Builder, W. Scott Libbey
Click Here - 102nd Anniversary of the Opening of the Portland-Lewiston Interurban
Click Here - 83rd anniversary of the Closing of the Portland-Lewiston Interurban
Click Here - Sophia, W. S. Libbey Descendant Visits the Narcissus
Click Here - LibbylLibbey Family Connection to Narcissus becomes Personal
Click Here - Ode To the Grand Old Interurban
Click Here - The Portland-Lewiston Interurban "Bouquet" is Ordered (1912)

Links to Narcissus Restoration Work:
Click Here - Ornate Leaded Stained Glass Work
Click Here - Narcissus Enters Town House Restoration Shop
Click Here - Sorting and Cleaning Materials on Interior of the Narcissus
Click Here - September 7, 2015, Restoration Report
Click Here - December 7, 2015, Restoration Report
Click Here - December 14, 2015, Restoration Report
Click Here - Beautiful Brass of the Narcissus
Click Here - December 28, 2015 Restoration Update
Click Here - January 4, 2016, Restoration Update
Click Here - Vallee Family Photos of Narcissus 1960s
Click Here - February 11, 2016, Restoration Update
Click Here - A Wooden Interurban - Restoration Info
Click Here - NRHS 2016 Heritage Grant Award to Narcissus
Click Here - Announcement of 2016 Teddy Roosevelt Days Fundraising Event for the Narcissus
Click Here - Series of Restoration Posts related to work on exterior poplar frames
Click Here - Vintage Poplar used in Narcissus restoration
Click Here - Mahogany Sash passenger windows being restored
Click Here - "A President Has Ridden in My House!" - Video of Dan Vallee
Click Here - Teddy Roosevelt Days 2016 - Weekend Event Benefits the Narcissus
Click Here - August 2016 Restoration Update
Click Here - Mid-September Restoration Update
Click Here - Theodore Roosevelt & the Narcissus: Connecting Maine Communities
Click Here - How to Make New Seats for the Narcissus?
Click Here - 2016 Summary of Research and Outreach
Click Here - 2016 Restoration Summary


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