Engineman Joe Fox. WW&F Engineman Joe Fox carefully watches the water glass as he runs the right-side injector on Locomotive #9, during a morning steam-up in the Sheepscot Yard.
Twilight in Sheepscot. Having tied on to the string of coaches, #9's Engineman James Patten has a quick conference with Conductor Jonathan St. Mary, prior to moving back to the north switch... (more)
Switching for the run-around. The sun has set and the lanterns have come out as our Conductor throws the south switch near end-of-track, in preparation #9's run-around to the north end of t... (more)
Starting the put-away. With the arrival of the last Christmas Train from Alna Center, the WW&F crew begins the switching moves that will get the coaches safely stowed in the car barn, and t... (more)
Merry Christmas from Maine! WW&F Locomotive #9 negotiates the 3-way stub switch at the north end of the Sheepscot Yard, as she prepares to tie on to her train and begin the museum's annual ... (more)
WW&F number 9 rests between trains during a busy Memorial Day weekend.
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)
Monson Railroad no. 3 being steamed up for weekend photo charter duty at the WW&FRy. No. 3 is visiting the WW&FRy from the Maine Narrow Gauge Museum.
WW&FRy no. 9 and Monson Railroad no. 3 being steamed up for weekend photo charter duty at the WW&FRy.
WW&F #9 sits on the newly completed hand powered turntable the railroad volunteers engineered and built. This turntable allows the trains to be turned for the first time in the railroad's modern h... (more)
WW&F #9 is being moved in the yard after the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" event. The period correct truck is owned by the railroad and was staged for images.
WW&F number 9 is fired up to be moved to the turntable to be spun around for the first run of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter" photo charter.
Departing Sheepscot. The snow continues to fall on the tiny hamlet of Sheepscot in the town of Alna, Maine, as WW&F Locomotive #9 makes yet another trip north toward Alna Center, with a loa... (more)
Reporting for duty on an icy morning in March is the WW&F Museum's newest power, Locomotive #9. Built in 1891 by Maine's famed Portland Company, she served on 4 of Maine's 2-foot railroads... (more)
Golden hour arrival. The newly restored WW&F #9 passes the north switch as she enters the Sheepscot Yard with the B-Train at the WW&F Museum's Victorian Christmas event.
Number 9 is an ... (more)