From the 1870s through the 1940s, a network of trains chugged along 200 miles of two-foot-wide track while serving remote communities in the state. The system has been dismantled but not forgotten. Since 1992, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company has operated a train museum in the former Portland Company Marine Complex. This was a nine acre rail yard established in 1846. They also offer scenic rides in vintage passenger cars. The route parallel to the Eastern Promenade is short – three miles round trip – but loads of fun. All aboard!