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)
Snowy Sheepscot Yard. Here's an unusual view of the WW&F Museum's Sheepscot Yard, taken during the annual Victorian Christmas event. The snow cover in the yard is about 12-15". You are lo... (more)
Five miles to go. A WW&F Passenger Train, modestly decorated for the holiday season, whistles for the private crossing known as Jayne's Way, exactly five miles from the railroad's southern ... (more)
At the WW&F Railway Museum, the "old ways" of doing things are always preferred. Here, volunteers JB Smith, Dana Deering, and Stewart Rhine, work as a team to bore a 3/4" hole using a manual Armst... (more)
A window to the past, literally. WW&F volunteer Stewart Rhine, waits at the double crossing in Alna Center, Maine in his exquisite 1932 Ford Model B pickup, for Vulcan No 10 and a late afternoon f... (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)
Building a photo freight. WW&F Engineer Dana Deering positions Caboose 320 in front of the platform at Sheepscot Station, as he begins to build the evening photo freight that has become an ... (more)
The teakettle and the Model T. A group of visitors to the WW&F Museum's Annual Picnic take a ride north toward Head Tide, passing the hourly passenger train as it sits on the main at Alna C... (more)
With engineer Rick Sisson at the throttle, WW&F Ry No. 10, heads south across Humason Brook Trestle with an all freight consist.
This image is one of 12 nighttime scenes created in tribute to l... (more)
What year is it again? Wiscasset #10 returns with a single car's worth of excursioners who braved the bad weather on Memorial Day weekend to ride this incredible line.
A transfer of power. WW&F Locomotive #10 holds the shop lead as one of the museum's "Easter Eggspress" Trains arrives from Alna Center on the main line, behind Diesel Locomotive #52. In r... (more)
With reassembly of WW&F Ry No. 9 in full swing, the engine's tender tank is placed on end, facilitating the stabilization of ancient repairs. www.wwfry.org
Home sweet...machine shop. WW&F Forney #10 simmers quietly inside the museum's machine shop as Road Foreman Dana Deering and CMO Jason Lamontagne debrief Engineer Robert Longo on the day's ... (more)
Engine engine number nine.... Tucked away in stall #1 of the WW&F Shops is a long-term project that is about to come to fruition. The locomotive seen here is an 1891 product of the Portla... (more)