A storm atop the mountain. With some heavy cloud cover looming along the hillsides, Fillmore & Western No. 14 gets some smoke on the stack as engineer Andy works the old Baldwin 2-8-0 up t... (more)
"Number 14, can we take them ahead a car length?" In a stroke of luck, with the conductor having requested to have the train pull forward to get off the circuit for the Central Avenue grade... (more)
Simmering quietly off to the right, Fillmore & Western No. 14 waits patiently to shove the first train of the day out of town while pausing with some of the railroad's 'prop' steam locomotives. Bo... (more)
With boarding nearly complete, the first steam-powered run of the day prepares to shove west out of Fillmore powered by the Fillmore & Western Railway's 107-year-old locomotive No. 14. In the fore... (more)
Clearing its throat, Fillmore & Western No. 14 shoves hard against its train as it heads west for the Highway 126 crossing where it will turn around for the trip back west to Fillmore this Indepen... (more)
With the locomotive's blowdown complete, the crew of F&W No. 14 back the 104-year-old steam locomotive toward their train at the Fillmore depot to prepare for the day's runs out west and back.
Fillmore & Western No. 14 shoves hard against its train as it passes between acres of orchards. The train is working its way west toward the Highway 126 crossing where it will stop before heading ... (more)
Decked out for our nation's celebration of Independence Day, Fillmore & Western No. 14 looks sharp in the morning light shortly after joining its train at the Fillmore depot.
That which goes up, must come down. The wafting smoke plume and the jets of steam from the cylinder cocks are the tell-tale signs that MWRC #9 and her yellow super-coach are on the descent ... (more)
Trouble at Skyline. The crews of two Mt. Washington Railway trains scramble into action to clear a minor derailment at Skyline Switch that has the entire line blocked. The 10AM Train, wit... (more)
With the steam locomotive Waumbek holding up the top of the mountain, M2 disembarked its passenger a bit on the steep side...
The calm before the storm. The morning sun filters through the tall stand of Maine Woods as WW&F Engineman Dana Deering and Fireman Gordon Cook take a few moments to relax in the cab of #10... (more)
In the homestretch. Most of the heavy lifting is done as Mount Washington Railway Company's #9 "Waumbek" pushes her bright orange, 70-passenger coach the last quarter mile toward the summit... (more)
Top of the Ladder. A Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum passenger train crests the steepest hill on the line, known as "The Ladder", as she runs southbound toward Sheepscot S... (more)