The re-birth of WW&F Locomotive #9. It's been 82 years since this little gal last had a fire in her belly. And on the day the fire was last dropped, the odds of her having any sort of futu... (more)
Steamy Sheepscot, Maine. For the first time in 82 years, a new day dawns with two steam locomotives being prepared for operation on the Wiscasset Waterville & Framington Railway. In the fo... (more)
Last rays of sun in Sheepscot. The Sheepscot Yard is just minutes away from losing the late summer sun, as a WW&F freight steams toward the freight platform with loads from Albion. Engine... (more)
Sheepscot arrival. There aren't many places left where you can easily re-create history without having to resort to a lot of digital wizardry. The WW&F Museum is one such place....where the... (more)
Waiting on the evening freight. WW&F Employees Stewart and JB await the arrival of a southbound evening freight train with the line's Model AA Ford Stake Truck. This is just one of many s... (more)
No turntable? No problem. WW&F Railcar RC4 brings her own turntable, and it only takes one crew member to jack her up, spin her and put her back on the rails.
Although most of Maine's ... (more)
With Maine under a good amount of snow due to the recent storms, many can't wait to get back to the mild summers with narrow gauge steam. WW&FRy #10 is seen here filling up on water before here ne... (more)
Take the last train to Alna Center.... Conductor John Roberts (with the fur hat) uses his kerosene-burning lantern to direct Engineer Bob Longo in coupling Locomotive #10 to Coach 8 for the... (more)
Sheepscot at Dusk. In the twilight on a cold December evening, the WW&F crew couples Forney #10 to a pair of coaches as they prepare for the annual night run to Alna Center....the last run ... (more)
The annual night run. The party is almost over, and most of the revelers are gone now. The folks who remain at the WW&F's annual Victorian Christmas event are primarily museum members, the... (more)
Merry Christmas from Maine! With the sun sinking rapidly toward the horizon, WW&F #10 shines in the golden light as she moves toward the Sheepscot Platform to pick up yet another passenger ... (more)
The B-Section arrives. Motorman Stewart Rhine brings the B-Section of the WW&F's 3PM passenger train into the Sheepscot Yard, concluding a busy day of operations during the museum's Annual ... (more)
A transfer of power. WW&F Locomotive #10 holds the shop lead as one of the museum's "Easter Eggspress" Trains arrives from Alna Center on the main line, behind Diesel Locomotive #52. In r... (more)
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.