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Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway

Wiscasset Waterville Farmington

The Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway is one of the sole-surviving “Maine Two Foot” railroads. Director of Marketing & Visitor Interaction Coordinator Stephen Piwowarski discusses the restoration of the railway, their current projects, and what has led to their successes.

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3 thoughts on “Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway

  1. Jay Wiley

    Thank you so much for hosting this. I am a new volunteer at the W.W.&F and it was fun to hear this discussion of things going on there that I have had a small part in.

  2. andrew dietrick

    My favorite Narrow Gauge has to be the East Broad Top. right here in the keystone state not only it’s the oldest Narrow gauge Railroad East of the Rockies but also its still operating in its same location since 1873 i had many opportunities to ride the EBT both in 2002 and 2009 and most recently for the EBT 60th celebration and soft Opening. and with the EBT coming back and witn Steam Returning and Service returning to Robertsdale i see alot of Good things to happen at the Old Easty in the Years to come, im gald im along for the Ride

  3. Aaron

    The Austin & Northwestern Railroad, one of two short lines here in Central Texas, was originally built as a three-foot gauge line. Though it has been standard gauged and gone through several name and ownership changes, it still makes a living hauling limestone and other quarry products, just as it did when it was first built.

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