Engine #7 drops guests off at Thorndike Station to explore the upper village. There’s a lot to see and do during a visit to the Boothbay Railway Village.

Our thirty acre setting includes more than two dozen buildings many of which are filled with displays of artifacts related to Maine’s railroading history, the advent of the automobile and the everyday life of Mainers from the mid-eighteenth through the mid-nineteenth centuries. Our outstanding Model Railroad Exhibit is under continual updating and construction, and visitors witness the changes first hand as they visit time and again. Throughout the season traditional artisans join us to demonstrate and teach their craft.

Take a virtual tour through our website, but be sure to come visit in person to reconnect to a simpler time.