The crew gets No. 9, the jewel, ready for another day. My wife saw this and she said: "I feel I just stepped into 1916." That is exactly what happens when you go to the WW&F. The place i... (more)
The WW&F likes to steam clean their steam locomotive No 9’s smokebox in a method they call "sparking." By using a large PVC pipe connected to a clean out plug and blasting steam through ... (more)
Railroading is about time. And that means work can happen at any time. Locomotives need coal, water, fire and people to work. We can thank these folks for their work so that we may see wonders suc... (more)
WW&F #9 sits on the newly completed hand powered turntable the railroad volunteers engineered and built. This turntable allows the trains to be turned for the first time in the railroad's modern h... (more)
WW&F #9 is being moved in the yard after the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" event. The period correct truck is owned by the railroad and was staged for images.
Railroad staff members pose inside the visiting Monson #3 locomotive for the Saturday night photo session of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter".
The Saturday afternoon consist for WW&F #9 during the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" event sits pretty at the Top of the Mountain location which is the end of the usable track. Soon the train will head b... (more)
At the end of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" event one of the museum members brought his antique period correct pick-up truck to Sheepscot Yard for photos. Here the pick-up sits by the Station as WW&... (more)
WW&F 9 and the visiting Monson Railroad #3 pose together as they meet at the area known as "Top of the Mountain" in Alna, Maine on the Wiscasset Waterville and Farmington Railway. The event was ho... (more)
Number 9 pushes the train through Alna, a recreation of old railroad operations from a century ago. Pan shot as the train passed at an aperture of F22.
WW&F locomotive #9 leading tender first pulls the train North to begin the afternoon photo shoots during the Saturday sessions of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter."
WWF locomotive #9 pulls the consist up "The Ladder" just before it arrives in Alna Center during the Maine Two-Foot Winter photo event.
Number 9 pushes the train through Alna, a recreation of old railroad operations from a century ago. This was part of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" photo event.
On loan from the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, former Monson Railroad #3 was a major attraction for the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" event hosted by the Wiscasset Waterville and Farmington Railw... (more)
WW&F number 9 is fired up to be moved to the turntable to be spun around for the first run of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" photo charter.