Early morning arrivals at the WW&F Victorian Christmas event watch as Locomotive #10 withdraws the venerable Wiscasset & Quebec Coach 3 from her stall in the Sheepscot Shop building. The 1895-vin... (more)
Executing the quick turn. WW&F Locomotive #10 passes the tankhouse at the north end of the Sheepscot Yard as she moves in to couple to a passenger train during the museum's recent Victorian... (more)
Day is done. With the last remnants of daylight fading over the Sheepscot Yard, WW&F Locomotive #10 sits on the ash pit as her crew drops the fire for the night. Although this engine wil... (more)
Wanna go for a spin? Members of the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway
Museum crew watch as Trainman Stewart Rhine demonstrates the turntable capability of the museum's new Model ... (more)
WW&F steam crew member Joe Fox keeps a watchful eye out during a switching move in Sheepscot yard. Steam and fog seem to blend together, and although the weather appears dreary nothing could dampe... (more)
WW&F Ry No 10 steams light, past Head Tide tank on a cool and foggy April morning.
In between the hourly trains, the WW&F Museum's little 2-Foot Hand Car has become a major source of enjoyment for some of the younger patrons. The diminutive size of the narrow gauge equipment m... (more)
The Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington's 12-ton Vulcan heads to the car shop to begin making up her passenger train. If the cab on this locomotive looks a bit wide for a 2-foot gauge engine, that... (more)
Long time WW&F Ry engineer Robert Longo, pauses briefly for a photo, before climbing back up into the right-hand seat of No 10's cab. One of seven licensed engineers on the museum's railway, Bob's... (more)
Last train to Wiscasset. On a cool October evening, the crew of this short WW&F Ry consist prepares to head south, pausing briefly at the Sheepscot flagstop with the last train of the evening. Thi... (more)
Engineer Robert Longo and fireman Joe Fox contemplate their next move. This scene was created during the 2009 WW&F fall work weekend as part of the annual night run to Alna Center.
Engineer Joe Fox eases his train into Sheepscot Station in preparation for the last run of the day. A volunteer at the WW&F since age 14, Joe is now a full-time railroader.
The sun hasn't even risen on this cool October morning as the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington crew gets ready for another long day of work in the Maine woods.
The show must go on. Veteran conductor Dwight Winkley gives the "stretch" signal to engineer Robert Longo, during a July cloudburst.
Merry "Victorian Christmas" from the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum! Frigid conditions can certainly make for some remarkable steam effects. Although the engineer was oiling aro... (more)