Edaville Railroad is a heritage railroad in South Carver, Massachusetts, opened in 1947. It is generally regarded as one of the oldest heritage railroad operations in the United States.
It is a narrow gauge line that operates excursion trains for tourists, built by the late Ellis D. Atwood (initials E.D.A, for which Edaville is named) on his sprawling cranberry plantation in Southeastern Massachusetts.HistoryConception and openingAtwood purchased two locomotives and most of the passenger and freight cars when the Bridgton and S**o River Railroad was dismantled in 1941. After Worl
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