Another record crowd turned out for the 2012 edition of the WW&F Museum's annual Victorian Christmas event. With gloomy skies prevailing and rain showers turning to snow squalls, it would h... (more)
Dreaming of a White Christmas. Every year, on the Saturday before Christmas, the WW&F hosts its annual Victorian Christmas event. While everyone hopes for a snowy scene, the reality is tha... (more)
Day's end in Sheepscot. After a very busy day of operations, the WW&F begins to wind things down. The last of the passenger trains has returned and the consist has been tied down. With it... (more)
Tea Kettles & Model Ts The WW&F Museum's Model T Railcar holds the siding at Alna Center, as the the hourly excursion train passes by on its southbound run to the railway terminus at Sheep... (more)
Moving me down the highway! The WW&F Museum's newly-built, Turner Centre Creamery car heads off for Wiscasset, on its mission to educate the public and attract visitors to the yard in Alna... (more)
How do you get a 13,000 lb narrow gauge reefer car off a photo freight and onto a truck? The stock answer is very carefully!
As great as it looks out on the rails, the WW&F Museu... (more)
On the milk run. Having gathered all possible speed on the the flats below, the WW&F Morning Mixed makes its southbound charge up the grade known as "The Ladder" toward Alna Center. The p... (more)
On the milk run. The Turner Centre Creamery Attendant loads cans of raw milk aboard the company reefer car as the WW&F morning mixed pauses briefly at tiny Alna Center Station. The train i... (more)
Celebrating the Volunteers. Every spring and every fall, they come. Some live just a short walk away, while others drive for hours. Still others book airline tickets, hotels and rental ca... (more)
Haulin' "Big Joe". After a productive day of lining and tamping the track north of Alna Center, WW&F Road Foreman Dana Deering (green hat) takes his MOW Extra and crew south toward Sheepsco... (more)
A historic moment. During the 2012 Spring Work Weekend, WW&F Museum Volunteer Wayne Laepple uses a garden hose to do something that hasn't been done in nearly 80 years.....he's putting wate... (more)
Tight quarters, eagle eyes, steady hands. In Stall 2 of the WW&F Museum Shops, volunteer Stewart Rhine carefully applies the primer coat to one side of the museum's brand new Turner Center ... (more)
Narrow gauge passenger service in Alna, Maine, circa 1911. See photo data for actual date.
Bed-time for Number 10. After hauling a record load of passengers at the 2011 Victorian Christmas event, the line's 12-ton Vulcan Forney passes the replica Head Tide Tankhouse for the last ... (more)
Slim-Gauge Field of Dreams. Here's a not-often-seen view of the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard in Alna, Maine. This is their base of operations and the terminus for all train operations. T... (more)