In between the hourly trains, the WW&F Museum's little 2-Foot Hand Car has become a major source of enjoyment for some of the younger patrons. The diminutive size of the narrow gauge equipment makes it very approachable and the museum personnel are even more approachable. Here, a group of children learn to work as a team, operating the hand car under the careful supervision of a WW&F crewman. Their ride will end at the Sheepscot Yard's famous 3-way switch, and they'll stay well clear of the main line. In the distance, that green and white structure is the museum's working replica of the old Head Tide tank house.