A local farmer meets the train. Back in the days before motorized vehicles and good roads were common in rural Maine, local farmers would typically bring their produce to the railway and pi... (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)
Special Freight Move. Engineman Roger Whitney and Brakeman Bryce Weeks bring their special freight move through the yard area at Alna Center, Maine, en route to Sheepscot Station, about 2.5... (more)
Station stop: Alna Center. For a brief moment in time, the tiny flag-stop at Alna Center, Maine, becomes a beehive of activity, as a southbound WW&F Mixed train stops to meet company vehicl... (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)
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)
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)
B&SR 2-foot gauge tank car. Spotted on the ramp track in the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard is the only remaining, 2-foot gauge tank car that's still intact. Built in 1903 by Maine's Portlan... (more)
B&SR 7 and WW&F 9 doubleheader's through the Maine woods at MP6
Maine Narrow Gauge and the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington partnered to operate two Photographers Specials using the combined museums locomotives and cars. 4 of the engines posed at the WW&F's t... (more)
Monson Railroad #3....the Little Engine That Could. Although the beefy B&SR #7 and the elegant WW&F #9 probably garnered the most attention at the 2020 Grand Reunion event, this little engi... (more)
Runaround at T.O.M. At the WW&F Museum, the letters T.O.M. mean Top of the Mountain. At one time, this was the end of the museum's track, and it's still the turning point for the regular e... (more)
A late night in Sheepscot. WW&F Yard Hand James Nobilini oils around Locomotive #9 as it turns on the Sheepscot Turntable, prior to being put away for the night. In the days of the origina... (more)
"Truck Drop Off"