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Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum

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Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum

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Great steam train ride up the mountain and then your choice of horse drawn sleighs or a tractor pull sleigh up to a beautiful farm. Bonfire, roasting marshmellows, treats, sledding, snowshoeing x country skiing if you wanted to. Then back to the sleighs and a ride back down.
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Response from elecuyer, Asst. Trainmaster at Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum
Responded Feb 20, 2020
Glad you were able to join us for our special winter event, "Steam and Sleighs." Be sure to come back during our regular operating season (May - October) for more special events and train rides as together we work to rebuild Maine history. See you soon on the Narrow Gauge!
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This little line is well worth a detour if you're in Maine. You can be assured of a warm welcome. Locomotives and rolling stock are maintained to a high standard by an enthusiastic band of volunteers.
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Response from elecuyer, Volunteer, Conductor at Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum
Responded Nov 21, 2019
Thanks for visiting us on the Narrow Gauge!
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This "museum" is across the entire 2' narrow gauge rail grounds. This includes working barns and sheds for repairs, building and restoring train cars as well as staff buildings in small wood cabins. Staff is mostly volunteer and all share the love of trains. This is a special
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Response from elecuyer, Volunteer, Conductor at Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum
Responded Sep 22, 2019
We're so glad you and your family came to visit us! Please come again and enjoy a ride on the Narrow Gauge!
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This place is so interesting and the men that toured us around were so enthusiastic and passionate about what they are doing there. The history there is so awesome! If you like trains you will love this place!
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Response from elecuyer, Volunteer, Conductor at Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum
Responded Aug 17, 2019
Thanks for spending part of your vacation with us. Please come and join us again.
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Totally non touristy. They are almost embarrassed to take your money. Authentic 1890 vintage steam locomotive , that you can get right up and check out. Totally volunteer run and they love it. The trip is up through the woods. I was happy that no "Indians" attacked the
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Response from elecuyer, Volunteer at Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railway Museum
Responded Jul 21, 2019
Thanks for the kind words. We strive to provide an "authentic" experience to our visitors. Please come again!
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