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Since 1939 when Biddeford & Saco Railroad No. 31 was acquired and set on a small piece of land on Log Cabin Road in Kennebunkport, volunteers and the generous support of members have helped grow a fan group saving one car into a museum known to the world for having the largest and most diverse collection.
Come and join the thousands that have helped over the years in saving a bit of Americana, its mass transit heritage, by either becoming a member, volunteering, or just sending in a few dollars to support your favorite or much needed project.
Become a Member
Your annual membership dues support the Museum directly and give you some perks such as free admission, our newsletter The Dispatch, discounts in the Museum Store, and access to special Member Only activities at the Museum.
All projects at the Museum rely on your financial support. Your donation, large or small, helps the Seashore Trolley Museum fulfill its mission to collect, restore, preserve, exhibit and demonstrate the operation of mass transportation history.
Get Involved as a Volunteer
In every part of the Museum, volunteers perform the necessary work to keep the Museum running and moving forward. Volunteers are just as important as our collection and financial contributions.
Are you a local high school or college student needing to complete community service hours? Consider the Seashore Trolley Museum for a unique experience.