This Model T was converted into a crew car for the two-foot gauge Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad at the Phillips, Maine, Car Barn.

After the demise of that railroad, it went to the Edaville Railroad in Massachusetts. With the renewed interest in the two-footers, it was returned to Maine in 1993. The car is currently on loan to the Boothbay Railway Village in Boothbay, Maine.

Specifications: Engine four-cylinder, in-line, water-cooled; bore 3-3/4 in., stroke 4 in., displacement 176.7 cu. in., 20 hp.

Accession no. 1992G04

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