How do you get a 13,000 lb narrow gauge reefer car off a photo freight and onto a truck? The stock answer is very carefully!
As great as it looks out on the rails, the WW&F Museu... (more)
Narrow gauge passenger service in Alna, Maine, circa 1911. See photo data for actual date.
Bed-time for Number 10. After hauling a record load of passengers at the 2011 Victorian Christmas event, the line's 12-ton Vulcan Forney passes the replica Head Tide Tankhouse for the last ... (more)
Isn't this why we love them? Steam locomotives, that is! I'll bet many of us reacted the same way at this age. Yes, they're loud and seem scary, but we can't take our eyes off them. Future history... (more)
Slim-Gauge Field of Dreams. Here's a not-often-seen view of the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard in Alna, Maine. This is their base of operations and the terminus for all train operations. T... (more)
Victorian Christmas 2011 at the WW&F Ry Museum. Engineer Bob Longo fights some temporarily poor visibility, as No 10 hauls the first of many fully loaded passenger trains past the only 2 ft gauge ... (more)
Snowy departure at Sheepscot. Although the weather in Maine during December of 2011 has hardly been winter-like, the WW&F's Victorian Christmas event was treated to an unforecast, early mor... (more)
WW&F Ry No 10 steams in the morning light as engineer Dana Deering and fireman Joe Fox begin to assemble the day's train. Annual Picnic 2011. www.wwfry.org
Merry Christmas from Maine! Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Locomotive #10 utilizes the 3-way switch at the north end of the Sheepscot Yard to switch onto a shop track. She's about to b... (more)
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.