WW&F Railway Restoration Progress and Milestones

Here is a review of recent milestones in the railroad’s restoration.

April, May, June 2017
Delivery of four large culverts to end of track, to be used to fix future right of way. Photo courtesy James Patten.
January, February, March 2017
Photographers from the January 14 2017 photo event pose before the beginning of the day. Photo courtesy of James Patten.
October, November, December 2016
The turntable is placed by a crane during the Fall Work Weekend.
The turntable is placed by a crane during the Fall Work Weekend.  Photo courtesy of James Patten.
July, August, September 2016
Many attendees of the National Narrow Gauge Convention in Augusta visited the week of September 4
Many attendees of the National Narrow Gauge Convention in Augusta visited the week of September 4.  Photo courtesy of James Patten.
April, May, June 2016
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This impressive pile of rail (1.5 track miles worth) arrived in late April, 2016. Photo courtesy of James Patten
January, February, March 2016
#9 pulling 5-car train for Easter. Photo courtesy of James Pattne
#9 pulling 5-car train for Easter, last train of the day. Photo courtesy of James Patten
2015
Steam locomotives #9 and #10 both operated at Victorian Christmas. Photo courtesy of James Patten
Steam locomotives #9 has returned to steam!  Both it and #10 both operated at Victorian Christmas. Photo courtesy of James Patten
2014

Newly-constructed track on the newly-purchased land at the Top of the Mountain. Photo courtesy of James Patten.

Newly-constructed track on the newly-purchased land at the Top of the Mountain. Photo courtesy of James Patten.

2013
Locomotive #9 on the move! Moving from Bay 1 to Bay 2 for additional work. Doesn’t this look like something out of a Beatles album cover? Photo courtesy of James Patten.
 2012
Mike Fox demonstrates the newly regauged crane car, “Ichabod”. Photo courtesy of James Patten.
 2011
Locomotive 10 and the Model AA truck – at Alna Center for the Fall Festival. Photo courtesy of Michelle Lecuyer.
 2010
Wiscasset & Quebec Coach 3 – purchased in June 2010. Photo courtesy of Stephen Hussar.
 Previous Years
Bay 1 of the Engine House in 1990, during construction. Photo courtesy of Marcel Levesque.

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