Surviving Roundhouses and Turntables in Maine

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Blue (Roundhouse and Turntable), Green (Roundhouse Only), Yellow (Turntable only), Red (Visual Remains)
TypeStallsYear BuiltRailroadCurrent UseCityStateCountryNotes
Turntable OnlyWiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington museumAlnaMEUSATourist RR, 2 foot gauge. 3-stall roundhouse planned.
Visual Remains OnlyMaine Central vacant lotBinghamMEUSAturntable ring visible, for end of line turning
Visual Remains OnlyCanadian Pacific Central Maine and Quebec yardBrownvilleMEUSAfoundation visible
Turntable OnlyMaine Central unused yardBucksportMEUSAEnd of line Turning
Roundhouse Only9Maine Central warehouseCalaisMEUSAno turntable nor tracks, appears intact
Roundhouse and Turntable5Bangor & Aroostook abandoned?CaribouMEUSA
Roundhouse and Turntable8Bangor & Aroostook Central Maine and Quebec yardDerbyMEUSA
Roundhouse OnlyGrand Trunk Western Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles officesEast DeeringMEUSA
Roundhouse Only121907Bangor & Aroostook Bangor Hermon Railyard StorageHermonMEUSA
Visual Remains OnlyBangor & Aroostook RR demolishedHoultonMEUSA
Visual Remains OnlySandy River & Rangley Lakes parking lotKingfieldMEUSA
Visual Remains OnlyBangor & Aroostook vacant lotLagrangeMEUSAturntable ring and foundation outline visible
Roundhouse Only71907Bangor & Aroostook yardMillinocketMEUSA3 stalls remain
Roundhouse and Turntable8Sandy River Sandy River and Rangely LakesPhillipsMEUSA
Visual Remains Only221920Portland Terminal Company Pan Am yardPortlandMEUSA
Roundhouse and Turntable51921Maine Central Central Maine and Quebec yardRocklandMEUSAstill in use, good condition
Roundhouse Only7Maine Central Pan Am yardRumfordMEUSAroof in poor condition, turntable gone
Turntable OnlyBangor & Aroostook wooded lotSaint FrancisMEUSAturntable in disrepair, no tracks, for end of the line turning
Visual Remains OnlyPortsmouth, Great Falls & Conway roadside historical preservation with markerSouth BerwickMEUSA Turntable pit constructed with large stone blocks. No bridge nor tracks.
Visual Remains OnlyMaine Central roadside attractionUnityMEUSATurntable remians no foundation of roundhouse
Visual Remains Only4Maine Central New Brunswick Southern yardVanceboroMEUSAfoundation visible, short remnants of wall still standing
Roundhouse and Turntable181910Maine Central railroad yardWatervilleMEUSA

Statistics for Roundhouses in Maine

Resources

Special thanks to Brian Berthold and Mark Mason who used the USGS Historical Topographic Maps to locate many of the roundhouse remains shown in this database.


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