Contributed by Monson Historical Society
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Albion Johnson is pictured here standing on the front of engine number 4 at Monson Junction Station in Abbot Village. Albion was the long time fireman/brakeman for the Monson Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Engine number 4 was built by the Vulcan Company in 1918 and weighted 32,360 lb. and had a coal capacity of 1800. In 1943, along with Engine No. 3, it was taken to a scrape metal shop in New York before they were purchased and moved to the Edaville Railroad in Carver Massachusetts and was used as a tourist train.
About This Item
- Title: The Narrow Gauge Engine Number 4, Monson, ca. 1930
- Creation Date: circa 1930
- Subject Date: circa 1930
- Location: Monson, Piscataquis County, ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 8.5 cm x 13.5 cm
- Local Code: MHS-111-008
- Object Type: Image
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- Monson Railroad Company--Photographs
- Monson Railroad Company--Employees
For more information about this item, contact:Monson Historical Society
PO Box 308, Monson, ME 04464
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