Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum

97 Cross Rd.
Alna, ME 04535- Map It
(207) 882-4193

AAA Editor Notes

Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum, 97 Cross Rd., preserves the history of the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington (WW&F) railway, a 2-foot narrow gauge railroad in use 1894-1933. The railroad is currently being rebuilt by volunteers using original tools and methods. The museum includes an agent's desk, manual typewriters, kerosene lanterns, crank telephones and other items from the early 1900s. Train rides are offered on restored passenger cars pulled by steam locomotives. The 35-minute, 5-mile roundtrip journey begins at Sheepscot Station and continues into the woods of Alna. Train operators use hand signals and kerosene lanterns to preserve the methods used along the original WW&F Railway. Guided tours are available.
Museum free. Train fare $7; $6 (ages 60+); $4 (ages 4-12). All-day train pass $20; $10 (ages 4-12).
Hours: Museum Sat.-Sun. 9-4, mid-May to mid-Oct.; Sat. 9-4, mid-Apr. to mid-May and mid-Oct. to mid-Dec.; Sat. 9-2, rest of year. Train rides offered Sat.-Sun. at 10, 11, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30, mid-May to mid-Oct.; Sat. at 11, 12:30 and 2:30, mid-Apr. to mid-May and mid-Oct. to mid-Dec. Train schedule may vary mid-Oct. to mid-Dec.; phone to verify. Closed Christmas.