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Kittery Adult Education

The Wreck of #3666

with Eric Reuter



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In 1939, the #3666 went into the Piscataqua River. The wheels of the wreck now sit outside the Kittery Historical & Naval Museum. In this presentation, Eric Reuter will talk about what happened that fateful night. Kittery Depot has an interesting place in Kittery's history. Learn about it and how Boston and Maine changed the town's landscape. Eric is a Kittery native and enthusiastic railroad photographer and historian. He has spent many years researching the timelines, equipment, structures and other minutiae of the railroads that serve the Seacoast region. Eric was instrumental in organizing and instituting the new #3666 Train Wheel exhibit on display outside the Kittery Historical and Naval Museum. This class will meet at the Kittery Historical & Naval Museum.

Thursday, May 23, 6-8 p.m., 1 session

Fee: $12

  • May 23rd, 2019
    Thu for 1 week from 6:00 - 8:00 pm

    Will run

Kittery Naval and Historical Museum


200 Rogers Road
Kittery, ME 03904 Get directions

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