Welcome To Cole Land Transportation Museum
Our purpose at the Cole Land Transportation Museum is to collect, preserve, and display (before they disappear forever) a cross section of Maine's land transportation equipment from which this and future generations will gain knowledge of the past.
We also wish to remember, record and display U.S. military memorabilia to forever remind this and future generations of the high price our comrades have paid to protect our freedom
In doing so, we hope to inspire and challenge the young people of today to continue on in the footsteps of pioneers who have built our state and country.
Adult Admission: $7.00
Age 62 and over: $5.00
AAA Admission: $6.00
Children under 19: Free
2014 Winter Newsletter
February 3, 2014
Debut of the Quarterly Newsletter Museum Musings and Foundation Focus
October 1, 2013
Teacher wears lots of hats to bring students to transportation museum
July 29, 2013
BANGOR — Youngsters from Woodland Consolidated School brought along their teacher, of course, when they made the recent trip from Aroostook County to tour Cole Land Transportation Museum. The girls softball coach joined them, as well, as did the boys soccer coach.
One person wears all those hats at Woodland School — and, she drives the bus....
WWII veteran finds healing for PTSD in sharing stories with kids
July 29, 2013
By Roxanne Moore Saucier, BDN Staff
Posted July 04, 2013, at 5:28 p.m.
BANGOR — Each small group of students that interviews World War II veteran Harold Beal hears about the two boats the young gunner’s mate lost just off Omaha Beach on D-Day in June 1944, and sees the miniature torpedo he made from the propeller of a Messerschmidt he later helped shoot down over Normandy....
Interesting Facts About the Museum
- Cole Land Transportation is AAA GEM Rated site
- Our historical photograph collection of over 2,000 photographs chronicles life in early Maine Communities.
- We believe we have the largest display of snow removal equipment under one roof in America.
- Our 10 fire trucks range from a 1910 hand tub to a 1948 Ahrens Fox. Numerous special displays are available inside the museum.
- We entertain approximately 20,000 visitors annually from May 1 to November 11. Of these visitors 1/3 are children.
405 Perry Road
Bangor, ME 04401 | Telephone: (207) 990-3600 |
Fax: (207) 990-2653
Hours: 9:00AM-5:00PM | Seven Days a Week | May 1 - Nov. 11