Introducing the first Lake State Railway MP15AC, LSRC #1501! Stripes are no stranger to the first Lake State Railway end cab as it was built as M-K-T #57 in 1980 and later went on to become Union... (more)
Prior to the move of UP's Big Boy steam locomotive #4014 from its home in Pomona, California, the Rail Giants Museum put on a night time photo shoot with help from Steve Crise. There were about tw... (more)
Far away from home, a Canadian Pacific ES44AC takes in the Georgia sun on a warm spring day, much unlike the current conditions in its home country. The locomotive and company are sitting on the G... (more)
Keepin' 'em rolling.... Inside the Sheepscot Shop Building, WW&F crew members Joe Fox and Bob Longo prepare to take a few measurements of a narrow gauge wheel-set that's seen a lot of hard... (more)
Clear! After shouting an audible warning, WW&F Engineer Rick Sisson opens the Engineer's side blow-down valve to clear #9's mud-ring of any built-up sediment. After three separate blow-dow... (more)
TAG GP38 # 80 on the turntable at TVRM.
The only GP38 the Tennessee Alabama and Georgia Railroad ever owned rests in its fresh repaint at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum Shops. This is the first time since the TAG merged with the S... (more)
Top view of TAG GP38 # 80 at TVRM`s Soule Shops.
WW&F #9 passes......WW&F #9. The newly restored WW&F Locomotive #9 runs light in the Sheepscot Yard, passing her former self. You heard right. The boiler that you see secured on the dec... (more)
TAG 80 at Soule Shops.
On my way to work on November 18, 2009, the dispatcher calls to inform me I72 left a track indication between Attica and Marshfield. After obtaining Track Authority, I put my hyrail truck on the ... (more)
Preserved from the now closed railroad, QCR JMG1 are moved to St-Jean-Chrysostome
The resident RJ Corman genset goes about its duties at Graphic Packaging, located at the south end of NS's Brosnan Yard.
Living history. WW&F Engineer Robert "Bullet Bob" Longo poses with Engine #9 at the conclusion of the museum's March, 2016 photo excursion. The folks at the WW&F Museum take gre... (more)
The crown jewel. Safely tucked away in Bay 1 of the Sheepscot Shop Building is the crown jewel in the WW&F Museum's collection: Locomotive #9. An 1891 product of Maine's Portland Company,... (more)