are still running on the WW&F!
Rwy. Museum's Plymouth diesel No.52. The engine was built in 1961 for
Carpenter Technologies, in Pennsylvania, for their yard and purchased
by the museum in 1996. It's seen here on a misty day hauling flat car
No.118 loaded with trees removed from the ever advancing right of way.
Following the flat is box car No.309 and the Museum's newly constructed
(1998) caboose No.320.
more information about this great museum, see their comprehensive web
Waterville & Farmington Rwy
historical background is being compiled. In the meantime, you can see
a complete listing of the WW&F
Please note that some of the locomotive numbers are linked to a page
containing a photograph and more technical data of that locomotive.