Adventure Guide to Maine’s Abandoned Ghost Trains tells you everything you need to know about hiking to the Ghost Trains of Maine! Wondering where to park, what to bring, or how long the trip will be? Or how much it will cost, what to do if you encounter a moose or bear, and what else you can see while visiting the area? All that and more is covered in the Adventure Guide to Maine’s Abandoned Ghost Trains! You’ll feel confident and prepared to head out into the North Maine Woods region knowing the best time to go, what to bring, and how to stay safe.
An Unforgettable Experience
Adventure Guide to Maine’s Abandoned Locomotives is a full-color book with detailed maps and directions for driving and hiking to visit the trains. The book includes what to bring and entrance fees into the Northern Maine Woods region, the history of the abandoned locomotives and the two different logging operations that took place here in the early 1900s, and other awesome places to explore and hikes in the area so you can make your trip an epic multi-day adventure! The book also includes GPS coordinates for the parking area, trailhead, and everything you’ll want to see at the site including the well, boarding house foundation, flagpole, benchmarks, and of course, the trains!
Never Before Released Information
The book includes additional information that has never been published like key features of the Tramway Historic District that most people overlook, with GPS coordinates.
Order your copy of the Adventure Guide to Maine’s Abandoned Ghost Trains now and get ready to start planning the adventure of a lifetime for you and your group!
Adventure Guide to Maine’s Abandoned Ghost Trains Includes:
- Detailed driving directions and maps from both Greenville/Kokadjo and Millinocket/Medway
- Detailed hiking maps with GPS coordinates of everything to see at Tramway Historic District
- Entrance fees to the Northern Maine Woods
- Parking area
- Travel times
- Things to know before you go
- What to bring
- Other area side adventures and awesome places to explore
- History of the locomotives
- Photos of the locomotives and artifacts in the surrounding area
The information in this book and maps are intended for trip planning purposes only and are not for navigation. Maine’s trails and routes can change daily without notice due to weather conditions, logging operations, landowner requests, etc.
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