WW&F Railway Roster

All-Time Locomotive Roster

Number Builder Builder's # Year Built Year Acquired Weight Wheels Retired Notes
1 H. K. Porter 565 1883 1894 14 tons 0-4-4RT 1916 Originally Sandy River RR #3
2 Portland Company 626 1894 1894 18 tons 0-4-4RT 1933
3 Portland Company 627 1894 1894 18 tons 0-4-4RT 1933 Favorite engine of many engineers
4 H. K. Porter 2497 1902 1902 28 tons 0-4-4RT 1933 Excellent snow fighting engine
5 Hinkley 1564 1882 1907 15 tons 0-4-4RT 1912 Originally Bridgton & Saco River #2
6 Baldwin 31691 1907 1907 26 tons 2-6-2 1931
7 Baldwin 31692 1907 1907 28 tons 2-4-4RT 1931
8 Portland Company 624 1892 1933 18 tons 0-4-4RT 1933 Bridgton & Saco River RR #3; Kennebec Central #3
9 Portland Company 622 1891 1933 18 tons 0-4-4RT 1933 Sandy River RR #5; SR&RL #6; KC #4. Never scrapped

All-Time Passenger Roster

Original Number Type Built Bought Final Number Disposition Builder Notes
1 Baggage/RPO/Express 1894 1894 1 Scrapped 1937 Jackson & Sharp
2 Passenger 1894 1894 11 Scrapped or burned after 1933 Jackson & Sharp Long coach, identical to coach 3.
3 Passenger 1894 1894 10 To B&SR 1912, Edaville 1944, MNGRR 1994, WW&F 1999 Jackson & Sharp Long coach. Survives at WW&F Museum
4 Smoker 1895 1895 4 Scrapped 1901 Jackson & Sharp Rebuilt as Combination car.
5 Passenger 1901 1901 12 Scrapped 1937 Jackson & Sharp Named "Vassalboro". Short coach.
6 Baggage/RPO/Smoker 1901 1901 3 Scrapped 1937 Jackson & Sharp Named "Taconnet".
7 Excursion 1902 1903 2 Scrapped 1937 Jackson & Sharp Built as a trolley car. Converted by WW&F to RPO/Passenger car.

All-Time Freight Equipment, Configuration At Abandonment

Number Type Year Built 1933 Loc. Notes
33 Boxcar 1901 Unknown All 30- and 40-class boxcars & flatcars built for Franklin
35 Boxcar 1901 Sheepscot Construction Company.
37 Boxcar 1901 Whitefield
38 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
39 Boxcar 1901 Unknown
40 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
41 Boxcar 1901 Wiscasset?
42 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
43 Boxcar 1901 Wiscasset
44 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
46 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
48 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
49 Flatcar 1901 Unknown This, and all 50-class flatcars built for Franklin
50 Flatcar 1901 Unknown Construction Company as "hopper-bottom" flatcars.
51 Flatcar 1901 Unknown Originally they were intended to be hopper cars, but
52 Flatcar 1901 Unknown the railroad changed the order mid-way through construction.
53 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
54 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
55 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
56 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
57 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
58 Flatcar 1901 Unknown
60 Boxcar 1903 Whitefield
61 Waycar 1903 Wiscasset
62 Boxcar 1903 Head Tide
63 Boxcar 1903 Wiscasset?
64 Boxcar 1903 Sheepscot
65 Boxcar/Reefer 1906 Wiscasset Turner Center Dairy Assoc. (TCDA) Reefer
66 Boxcar 1906 Unknown
67 Boxcar 1906 China
68 Boxcar 1906 Unknown
69 Boxcar 1906 China
70 Boxcar 1906 China
71 Boxcar 1906 Wiscasset
72 Boxcar/Reefer 1906 Head Tide TCDA Reefer
73 Boxcar/Reefer 1906 Scrapped 1913 TCDA Reefer
74 Boxcar 1906 Wiscasset
80 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
81 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
82 Boxcar 1894 Albion
101 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
102 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
103 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
104 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
105 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
106 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
107 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset?
108 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
109 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset
110 Flatcar 1903 Week's Milss
111 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset
112 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset
113 Flatcar 1903 Wiscasset Transfer
114 Flatcar 1903 Palermo
115 Flatcar 1903 Sheepscot
116 Flatcar 1912 Wiscasset
117 Flatcar 1912 Wiscasset?
118 Flatcar 1912 Wiscasset Survives at WW&F Museum
119 Flatcar 1912 Sheepscot
120 Flatcar 1912 Head Tide
121 Flatcar 1912 Wiscasset
122 Flatcar 1912 Albion
123 Flatcar 1912 Wiscasset
124 Flatcar 1912 Palermo
125 Flatcar 1912 Palermo
302 Waycar 1894 Wiscasset Originally built as boxcar
303 Waycar 1894 Palermo Many 302-class boxcars built as W&Q flatcars,
304 Waycar 1894 Head Tide then later rebuilt into low-roofed boxcars,
305 Boxcar 1894 Sheepscot the still later had their roofs raised.
306 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
307 Boxcar 1894 Scrapped before '33
308 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
309 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset Survives at WW&F Museum
310 Boxcar 1894 Sheepscot
311 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
312 Boxcar 1894 Cooper's Mills Survives at Boothbay Railway Village
314 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
315 Boxcar 1894 Scrapped before '33
316 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
317 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
318 Boxcar 1894 Windsor
319 Boxcar 1894 Head Tide
501 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset All 501-class boxcars began life as W&Q flatcars.
502 Boxcar 1894 Head Tide These boxcars were used in potato service,
503 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset? equipped with stoves to keep pototoes from freezing.
504 Boxcar 1894 North Whitefield
505 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
506 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
507 Boxcar 1894 Wiscasset
508 Boxcar 1894 Head Tide
509 Boxcar 1894 Head Tide Converted to reefer, last one operated by RR.
510 Boxcar 1894 Palermo

Non-Revenue Equipment Roster

Number Type Year Built Notes
10 Derrick 1894 A mystery car, listed in 1910 inventory, no known photographs.
201 Flanger 1894
202 Flanger 1894
300 Caboose 1894
401 Snow Plow 1894
402 Snow Plow 1894
No Number Railcar 19xx Superintendant's inspection car
No Number Railcar 19xx Called the "Foolish Four"

Some equipment drawings


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