Hours & Schedule

2020 SPECIAL SERVICES
All trains depart Sheepscot Station (97 Cross Road, Alna, Maine) at the dates and times listed below. Advance tickets are required for all trains. Due to limited seating capacity, vouchers and passes can NOT be redeemed in 2020. Check the Events page for more specific details about each of these Special Services.

August 7 & 8: Reopening Excursion to Milepost 8
First passenger trains down “The Mountain” to (but not over) Trout Brook bridge since 1933. Departs Sheepscot at 5:00 PM.

August  8: Grand Reopening and Annual Picnic
Activities all day with food available for purchase. Trains depart Sheepscot at 11:00AM, 1:00PM, and 3:00PM.

August  22; Sept. 5,  19,  & 26; and Oct. 3:
Handcar Hops!

Your group of 2-4 (ages 12 and up) get a self-powered 90-minute handcar (aka “pump car”) tour of the WW&F mainline. Departs Sheepscot at 9:00AM (and 11:00AM on 9/19.)

August  22, September 5 & September 19: Ice Cream Eggspress
Enjoy a train ride to Alna Center for ice cream and an Easter-style egg hunt. Family fun for kids of all ages. Departs Sheepscot at 1:00 and 3:00PM.

August  22, September 5 & September 19:
Evening Picnic Dinner and Campfire Specials
Enjoy a train ride to Alna Center for a picnic dinner and music/entertainment as the sun goes down and daylight fades. Departs Sheepscot at 5:00 and 7:00PM. (No 7:00PM departure on 8/22.)

September 26 and October 3, 10, 17, 24, 25, & 31:
Pumpkin Pickin’ Trains to SeaLyon Farm
Enjoy a train ride to SeaLyon Farm to pick your very own pumpkin from their pumpkin patch. Farmstand products, locally-sourced food, and other goodies will also be available. Trains depart Sheepscot at 11:00AM, 1:00PM, and 3:00PM.
A Harvest Bonfire Train will also run at 5:00PM.

Victorian Christmas;
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we regret that Victorian Christmas will not be offered in 2020. Please look for safe winter activities in 2021, including our popular “Steam and Sleighs”.

Advance purchase/reservations are required for all 2020 events.


In light of the emergent COVID-19 situation and its potential to impact our operations, we have made adjustments to our public cancellation statement (found below) to protect both the resources of the railway and the safety of our visitors.

The WW&F Railway reserves the right to cancel and/or adjust train operations based on equipment and crew availability, lack of sales, and/or any hazardous conditions, including weather. All cancellations or reductions in service will be announced on the Railway’s Facebook page and web site as soon as practicable. Ticket holders may cancel tickets for any reason for a full refund up to 5 days before their ticketed departure.  Any tickets purchased for cancelled trains will be fully refunded to the purchaser.

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