Five of the surviving Maine two-foot gauge steam locomotives were gathered at WW&F’s Sheepscot shops and three of these were under steam. Working engines were resident 0-4-4T number 9 lettered for the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington (built by the Portland Locomotive Works in 1891, and leased to the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum by Dale King), and visitors from the Portland museum: former Monson Railroad 0-4-4T number 3, and Bridgton & Saco River 2-4-4T number 7.
On my visit, Saturday, January 18th, WW&F operated three trains north from Sheepscot via Alna to Top of Mountain where it staged a variety of photographic opportunities. Freezing conditions and clear skies made for some stunning conditions for visiting photographers.
WW&F plans to repeat The Grand Reunion event on the weekend of February 8-9, 2020.