Connecticut Antique Machinery Association More Than a Club

The Connecticut Antique Machinery Association, or CAMA, is committed to building a permanent display

Engine No. 5, the heart of an operating narrow-gauge steam railroad at CAMA
Engine No. 5, the heart of an operating narrow-gauge steam railroad at CAMA. Built in 1925 for Hawaii Railway Co., the engine was used in Hawaii until the late 1940s. Long-range plans call for the train to serve the association’s lower parking lot. CAMA purchased the engine late last year but a fund drive to repay the loan continues.