SR&RL #6 Returns after 96 years! Just an hour or so before sunset, WW&F Locomotive #9, sits dressed as her former self, Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes #6, posing for photographs while sitting... (more)
During two weekends this winter, one in January and one in February Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway in Alna, Maine ran "Steam and Sleighs" events. Passengers boarded the train at Sheepsc... (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)
A quiet moment is a rarity for the engineer of a steam locomotive, but veteran engineer "Bullet Bob" Longo has the decades of experience to pick just the right time to light up. He's a great frien... (more)
Wiscasset after dark. A female passenger chats briefly with the Fireman on WW&F Locomotive #9 shortly after their late-evening arrival on the platform in the seacoast village of Wiscasset, ... (more)
Checking out the product. A Quality Control Inspector from the Turner Centre Creamery performs a quick visual inspection on a shipment of raw milk from a farm up north, as he meets his comp... (more)
Railroad staff members pose inside the visiting Monson #3 locomotive for the Saturday night photo session of the "Maine Two-Foot Winter".
WW&FRy number 9 simmering on the mainline in front of Sheepscot station.
A couple hundred yards into WW&FRy number 9's first movement under steam since 1933 CMO Jason Lamontagne walks along side number 9 examining the running gear as engineer Gordon Cook runs down the... (more)
Wiscasset Waterville and Farmington Railway number 9 moving under steam for the first time following her restoration. Number 9 was last used in 1933.
Number 10 enters the yard at Sheepscot with a train load of passengers returning from a visit with Santa at Alna Center during the 2014 Victorian Christmas event.
Conductor and brakeman discussing switching moves before the first train of the morning.
Old #10, in charge of the summer runs up past Alna Center. Here, she is running around the train at Sheepscot Station.
She is also sporting a brand new whistle, one near identical to her origin... (more)
The calm before the storm. The morning sun filters through the tall stand of Maine Woods as WW&F Engineman Dana Deering and Fireman Gordon Cook take a few moments to relax in the cab of #10... (more)
Building a photo freight. With only hand signals, a WW&F Brakeman directs his engine crew to bring the evening photo freight to the platform at Sheepscot Station, during the museum's Annual... (more)