Drawings of WW&F Railway Rolling Stock by Wolf-Jobst Siedler

The drawings displayed here are the copyright (1998) of Wolf-Jobst Siedler, and are used on this web page with his permission. No drawing on this page may be used elsewhere without the express consent of the author.

Flatcar 49

WW&F Flatcar 49 Plans. Drawing courtesy of Wolf-Jobst Siedler. This flatcar is the first of a series built for the Franklin Construction Company for the building of the line to Winslow, and its type are referred to as "hopper-bottom" flatcars.
WW&F Flatcar 49.  Drawing courtesy Wolf-Jobst Siedler

Flatcar 118

WW&F Flatcar 118 Plans. Drawing courtesy of Wolf-Jobst Siedler. This flatcar is the only surviving flatcar of the WW&F, and was in the last batch of flatcars ordered by the railroad. The flatcar is in use at the Museum.
WW&F Flatcar 118.  Drawing courtesy Wolf-Jobst Siedler

Flanger 202

WW&F Flanger 202 Plans. Drawing courtesy of Wolf-Jobst Siedler. This plan is for the same car that Carl Buitta and the Albion Historical Society is rebuilding.
WW&F Flanger 202.  Drawing courtesy Wolf-Jobst Siedler
The flanging mechanism inside Flanger 202.
WW&F Flanger 202's flanging mechanism.  Drawing courtesy Wolf-Jobst Siedler

Waycar 302

WW&F Waycar 302. Drawing courtesy of Wolf-Jobst Siedler. This car was originally a standard boxcar. Later, the roof was raised and end doors and windows were added, probably for excursion services. During the final years, the windows were boarded up again, making it just one more boxcar.
WW&F Waycar 302.  Drawing courtesy Wolf-Jobst Siedler


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