A short drive north of Kennebunkport is a little local marvel: a surreal scrap yard masquerading as a museum. Quirky and engaging, the museum was founded in 1939 to preserve a disappearing way of life, and today the collection boasts more than 250 trolleys and other transit vehicles, including specimens from Glasgow, Moscow, San Francisco, and Rome. Naturally, there’s also a streetcar named Desire from New Orleans. Dozens of the cars still operate, and the admission charge includes rides on a 2-mile track. Other cars, some of which still contain early-20th-century advertising, are on display outdoors and in vast storage sheds. Head north from Kennebunkport on North St. for 1 3/4 miles; look for signs.