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.
An evening layover at Sheepscot Station. Crewmembers from a WW&F Freight chat on the platform at Sheepscot Station on a rainy winter evening, as they wait for some last-minute shipments to ... (more)
Hauling the lifeblood of the Maine economy. Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Locomotive #9 charges hard upgrade over Humanson Brook on a northbound freight extra to Alna Center, T... (more)
The party's over..... The last Victorian Christmas Train from Alna Center has returned, the holiday revelers are all gone, the coaches have been put away in the barn and all that's left is ... (more)
On a frigid winter Maine day, Bridgton & Saco River #7 rests next to a section house, waiting for it's next orders.
What could easily be a historic photograph is actually from the Grand Reunion... (more)
WW&FRy no. 9 is steaming up outside of shop bay 4 after some check valve and injector work. Monson RR no. 3 is spotted on the bay 3 lead with the steam dome opened undergoing throttle work.
Bridgton & Saco River #7 leads a 3 steam locomotive "mega-freight" up the grade just outside Alna Center station. This was part of the Grand Reunion of Maine 2ft Narrow Gauge trains host... (more)
Coaling the old fashioned way....one shovel at a time. With the WW&F Museum's bucket loader broken this day, Engineman Bill Piche and Ashcat Joe Fox coal Locomotive #9 the old fashioned way... (more)
WW&F Engineman Dana Deering. WW&F Engineman Dana Deering tops off the oil cups on Locomotive #9, as she sits on display in the Sheepscot Yard, during her 2016 dedication ceremony. Dana is ... (more)