Wiscasset Waterville, and Farmington 9 zooms through Alna Center, as part of a photography special put on by the railroad. Patrons were treated to recreated scene from a bygone era.
A window on history. It's April of 1933 and the WW&F Railway is somehow still hanging on. The advent of heavy trucks and better country roads are tapping the lifeblood of the little railro... (more)
As the winter sun sinks low, Portland Terminal Company Alco S1 1008 shuffles cars at the north end of Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME. PT provided switching services here for its owner Maine Cent... (more)
The resident pigeons have a great view of the action as Portland Terminal Company Alco S4 1062 works the north end of Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME. Tower PT presided over the Maine Central, Bo... (more)
Engineman Robert Longo. WW&F Engineman Robert Longo enjoys a brief moment of respite with his pipe, as he gazes past the coal boards of Locomotive #9, waiting for the Station Agent to bring... (more)
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.
Tanking in Wiscasset. The morning sun filters through the woods to the east, as WW&F Locomotive #9 takes on water in the Wiscasset Yard before heading to the Wiscasset Station to begin the ... (more)
Scrapping the WW&F. It's 1936 and the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway has been out of business for 3 long years. Salvage crews are finally in the process of lifting the rails th... (more)
Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway 0-4-4 9 hauls a mixed train through Alna, Maine.
Job 1 coming out of Millinocket with the final destination Sherbrooke Quebec.
GP7 10 and GP9 72 at the head of a Mattawamkeag - Bangor freight.
U18Bs 406 and 400 head a Mattawamkeag - Lincoln freight.