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 Wiscasset, Maine with a freight extra. Dedicated freight trains were a bit unusual on the original WW&F, as the railway typically only ran a couple of trains a day, which were typically hauling a mix of freight and passenger equipment. Few historical photos depict trains running with a caboose, but such photos do exist. Caboose #320, which brings up the flags on this trip, is a replica of a caboose that the original railroad planned to build but never did. It was constructed in 1998 by the volunteers of present-day WW&F Railway Museum.