Hours, Schedule & Events

All trains depart Sheepscot Station (97 Cross Road, Alna, Maine) at the dates and times listed below.

General Admission to explore the Museum grounds and visit the Gift Shop is free. Hours are 10:00AM-3:00PM, every Saturday.

Tickets for train rides are best reserved in advance, and range in price depending on the activity. However, children (ages 0-3) always ride free on the WW&F.
Please email info@wwfry.org to redeem vouchers or passes; including brass “lifetime passes”.

The WW&F Railway prides itself on being more than just a train ride. We invite passengers to journey with us on steam-powered excursion through the wild pine forests, farmlands and hamlets of the Sheepscot Valley to our various destinations and activities.


2021 Fall Schedule of Events

Click the Date/Title of each train ride to learn more and to reserve your tickets.

* * September-October 2021 * *

Saturdays: Sept. 25th; Oct. 2, 9, 16, & 23rd
Sheepscot Valley Steam Train: Autumn in Alna

Ride the Narrow Gauge railway – one of Midcoast Maine’s historic hidden gems! Step aboard and connect with the soul of Maine. This autumn, these trains will feature an extended layover at Top of the Mountain station to try the Handcar, explore the nearby nature preserve to admire the foliage, and additional activities.
Sheepscot Valley Steam Trains depart: 11am; 12, 1, 2, 3, & 4pm.
Tickets: $15 adults/$5 youth.

Saturdays: Sept. 25th; Oct. 2, 9, 16, & 23rd
Pumpkin Pickin’ Trains to SeaLyon Farm

Ride the railway to SeaLyon Farm for an unforgettable pumpkin picking experience. Find the perfect pumpkin, take a horse-drawn wagon tour of the farm, enjoy food from Grandpa’s Kitchen, and celebrate the season in the great, safe, outdoors.
Sheepscot Valley Steam Trains depart: 11am,  12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm.
Tickets: $20 adults/$10 youth*.
*Note: Pumpkins, farmstand goods, food, and horse-drawn wagon rides are sold separately by SeaLyon Farm and their vendors.

Saturday, Oct. 2nd
Music on the Railway: Sandy River Ramblers

Take the train to hear Sandy River Ramblers. The Ramblers’ specialty is original songs about Maine. Their CD, Cry of the Loon and other original songs about Maine, has been critically acclaimed and has been, Keach believes, the best selling Bluegrass CD in Maine for many years.
Music on the Railway train departs: 4pm.
Tickets: $20 adults/$15 youth.

Saturday, Oct. 16th
Music on the Railway:  Gelina Family Band

Take the train to hear the Gelina Family Band. The Gelina Family Band features some of Maine’s finest musicians and vocalists with a front man that is a prolific songwriter and they bring together a repertoire filled with traditional and original bluegrass and old-time country songs.
Music on the Railway train departs: 4pm.
Tickets: $20 adults/$15 youth.

NOTICE: The WW&F Railway will not be operating trains for the general public after October 23rd, 2021. Visitors are welcome to stop by our railyard museum and peruse our gift shop.

Saturdays: Sept. 18 & 25; Oct. 9 & 30; Nov. 13 & 20th
You’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad

Have you ever wondered what it takes to keep a railway operating? Or perhaps you have lifelong interest in railroads?
All Ages and Abilities are Welcome!
Work Sessions Begin: 8:30am.
Tickets: FREE!


Other Fall-Winter Events Coming Soon:

11/27: Christmas Tree Trains to SeaLyon Farm
12/4: Christmas Tree Trains to SeaLyon Farm
Winter 2022: Steam & Sleighs to SeaLyon Farm

(all dates/events subject to change)
Details and more to be announced!


Rent the Railroad

The entire railroad, or just a car, can be rented for a period of time.  Our caboose can be rented for birthday parties or other events during regular operating days.  The entire railroad can be chartered on non-operating days.  For more information, please contact the Special Passenger Agent.


NOTE: The TSA requires the wearing of masks by all passengers (regardless of vaccination status) on all forms of public transportation, including trains operating in historic/tourist service.

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