The crew gets No. 9, the jewel, ready for another day. My wife saw this and she said: "I feel I just stepped into 1916." That is exactly what happens when you go to the WW&F. The place i... (more)
WW&F number 9 rests between trains during a busy Memorial Day weekend.
The WW&F likes to steam clean their steam locomotive No 9’s smokebox in a method they call "sparking." By using a large PVC pipe connected to a clean out plug and blasting steam through ... (more)
Railroading is about time. And that means work can happen at any time. Locomotives need coal, water, fire and people to work. We can thank these folks for their work so that we may see wonders suc... (more)