We share the following links as a service to those interested in learning more about steam technology; however, it is important to note that the Friends of Auburn Heights is not affiliated with any of these sources, nor does the organization receive any compensation for listings. So please be aware that your results may vary in this “caveat emptor” world.
SITES ON THE HISTORY OF TRANSPORTATION
America on the Move: Online exhibit sponsored by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History
SITES ON STANLEY STEAM CARS:
The Stanley Museum: The quintessential museum on the Stanley Motor Carriage Company (located in Kingfield, Maine).
The Stanley Register: Website maintained by FAHP member Kelly Williams dedicated to tracing the origins and history of Stanley steam cars
StanleyMotorCarriage.com: A technical and restoration website maintained by F.A.H.P. charter member Robert Wilhelm devoted to his restored 1918 Model 735 Stanley
SteamCarNetwork.com: Website dedicated to steam cars and bikes
Eckel Family Museum: Earle S. Eckel was an early figure in Stanley preservation
Hoke Family’s Stanley Steam Car Site: Website of longtime Stanley aficionados in Texas
National Steam Car Association: Corporation of steam car owners in England
SITES ON LIVE STEAM LOCOMOTIVES:
Little Engines website: 70+-year-old company; portions of the Auburn Valley Railroad locomotives came from Little Engines