What year is it again? Wiscasset #10 returns with a single car's worth of excursioners who braved the bad weather on Memorial Day weekend to ride this incredible line.
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.
It's 1910 and Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington 0-4-4T 10 slows for the station stop at Alna Center. The handful of passengers aboard coach 3, still lettered for the Wiscasset & Quebec, which was... (more)
With the sun going in out of the clouds all day, Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington 0-4-4T 10 and the freight train was posed above the pond while the photo line waited for the sun. The wait was w... (more)
The littlest pan. With the sun back out after a midday shower, a mad scramble was made to get some more runbys in before the sun set. The open field just north of the Alna Center station an... (more)
Busy night in the Maine woods. Alna Center is a hub of activity this evening as a crew unloads a boxcar from a northbound freight while the conductor looks on from the caboose. On the adjac... (more)
WW&F 10 leads its two car train through a slight cut on its return trip to Sheepscot. The shadows do a nice job of hiding the open-air car.
Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington 0-4-4T 10 passes the unique Railroad Crossing sign at Alna Center station as it runs around its train before returning to Sheepscot.
After nearly 20 tries to perfect this shot, I have finally given up and am ready to share the only successful attempt at "the penny shot." The tiny driving wheel of the 2-foot gauge steamer at the... (more)
A late afternoon train rolls past a small pond on the way back to the Sheepscot station.
WW&F 0-4-4T 10 bursts out of the shadows as it quickly accelerates its two car train south out of Alna Center and back towards the yard at Sheepscot.