In the fading light, Wiscasset, Waterville, and Farmington #9 pulls a mixed train towards Wiscasset on a snowy winter evening.
In reality, this was part of the Grand Reunion photo experienc... (more)
WW&F 9 is being steamed up at Sheepscot Station in the company of Monson 4, Bridgeton & Saco River 8, and Plymouth 52. If you look carefully, there is actually a fifth locomotive in this image, WW... (more)
Sure gets cold during a Maine winter, but the trains still have to move. The freight crew has been patiently waiting in the hole for the varnish to clear, and now the brakeman is heading to line ... (more)
WW&F Roundhouse Reborn! Just before sunset on Saturday, October 9th, 2021, Maine's Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum celebrated a milestone that has been years in planning. ... (more)
Idle on the Armstrong Queenpost Turntable.
Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes No. 6 hauls a short passenger train past a railbus parked on a siding by the last light of a summer afternoon.
Bridgton & Saco River No. 7 crosses a small stream on the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway.
B&SR #7 enters the Top of the Mountain at the WW&F's Arrivals and Departures photo event.
Caboose put-away. With darkness approaching, Monson Locomotive #3 has WW&F Caboose #320 on her front coupler and is taking it back to the shop building for indoor storage. Caboose 320 was... (more)
Spinning Monson #3. The centerpiece of the Sheepscot Yard is an "Armstrong" Queenpost Turntable. Here, we see the WW&F crew turning Monson Locomotive #3 at the conclusion of our... (more)
Back home at Sheepscot Station. WW&F Locomotive #9 has just arrived back at Sheepscot Station, which is the home of the WW&F Railway Museum in Alna, ME. Here, you will find a re-creation o... (more)
Passing Maine Locomotive & Machine. With the sun finally coming out for real, a WW&F Mixed Train charges past the only real industrial siding on the restored railway, that being the connect... (more)
Winter on the Maine Coast. In a cold, wind-driven rain, so common in coastal New England winters, WW&F Locomotive #9 races southbound near Humanson Brook, toward the seaport town of Wiscass... (more)
Ready for work. WW&F Locomotive #9 is steamed and ready to tie on to her mixed extra in the Sheepscot Yard, as she sits just south of the 3-way stub switch, adjacent to the water tank. Tha... (more)
WW&F Engineman Robert Longo. WW&F Engineman Robert "Bullet Bob" Longo, poses with the 130 year-old Locomotive #9 at the Sheepscot Water Tank, in Alna, Maine.