World War 1 Remembered May 25th & 26th!

Please join the 103rd Regiment Living History and the WW&F Railway May 25th and 26th as we remember the end of the Great War a century ago during

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The 103rd Regiment Returns Home to Maine.

After leaving the state of Maine in August 1917, and serving in France of over a year in the Great War, the men of Maine returned home in May 1919. From here they would have to readjust to the life of a civilian.

On Saturday & Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, come help the 103rd Regiment Living History and the Wiscasset Waterville & Farmington Railway Museum commemorate this event,

Come see the military encampment as the soldiers practice military exercises at Alna Center. Also see how the home front was affected by the war.

Steam trains will depart our Museum grounds at Sheepscot (97 Cross Road, Alna, Maine) between 10.30 a.m. and 3 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday.  Our guests are welcome to get off the train at Alna Center and tour the 103rd Regiment Living History’s camp, before getting aboard any later train to Top of Mountain and return, or boarding a train directly back to Sheepscot.  Regular train fares apply.