OUR STAFF MAKE HISTORY MOVE!
The Mission of the Boothbay Railway Village is to conserve, display and interpret artifacts, authentic period structures and technologies utilized in Maine during the historical period of the Mid-19th through the Mid-20th Centuries.
Our thirty acre setting includes more than two dozen buildings many of which are filled with displays of artifacts related to Maine's railroading history, the advent of the automobile and the everyday life of Mainers from the mid-eighteenth through the mid-nineteenth centuries. Our outstanding Model Railroad Exhibit is still under construction and visitors witness the changes first hand as they visit time and again.
Our employees are as varied as our site. From Railroad Engineers to Curators and from Buildings & Grounds to Administrators, our full-time staff are experts in their specialized fields. Seasonal positions work with the public as steam train engineers, Museum Store sales, Antique Auto Exhibit and Model Railroad Exhibit staff, and ticketing agents.
Even when positions are not published we always accept applications and inquiries from those with steam train experience and expertise in antique autos, tractors or other related fields.