30053 departing from Swanage.
crossing human brook trestle
"Truck Drop Off"
Former London & Southwestern railway no. 30053 seen in the yard at Swanage.
During two weekends this winter, one in January and one in February Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway in Alna, Maine ran "Steam and Sleighs" events. Passengers boarded the train at Sheepsc... (more)
Looking slightly out of place in the parking lot of the Big E, Edaville #11 struts her stuff along temporary track at the 2018 Amherst Train Show.
Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway #9 waits to take a spin on the turntable at Sheepscot yard during the Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum's "A Maine Two Foot Wint... (more)
Bellying Up to the BarEven on a cool, misty Maine morning, Wiscasset; Waterville & Farmington #9 is a thirsty beast. Prior to the first passenger run of the day, steam swirls aroun... (more)
Out of the Mists of the PastWiscasset; Waterville & Farmington 2'-gauge 0-4-4 #9 has just taken on a load of coal, and is backing down to pick up the two passenger cars for today's ... (more)
Steam and Steel... but it also takes a human to make a locomotive come "alive" and do what it was designed to do. As steam swirls around and through the cab on a cool and... (more)
Stretching Its Legs After a RebuildingWiscasset, Waterville & Farmington #9, a 24" gauge 0-4-4, recently completed an extensive rebuild that lasted nearly a decade. This littl... (more)
A couple hundred yards into WW&FRy number 9's first movement under steam since 1933 CMO Jason Lamontagne walks along side number 9 examining the running gear as engineer Gordon Cook runs down the... (more)
#4 in her final full season of service to date. This is an ex GTW line that was regauged for two foot operation.
#4 wraps up a day's worth of running along the Portland waterfront. These days, the line is playing host to her sister, #3.