The annual Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts (MBRRE) and Conway Scenic Railroad "Steam in the Snow" event was held on Saturday, January 4. The train is seen with "CN" (aka Conway Scenic) 0-6... (more)
Conway Scenic's F7(A) and GP9 get a little "TLC" outside the roundhouse on a hot July morning. For more, check out my Flickr!
CSRX #4268 in the Conway Scenic RR yard. Taken from the crossing.
Passing the Crawford Notch Depot former Maine Central 252 is right at home getting ready to descend the notch back to North Conway.
Conway Scenic GP38 #252 sails across Willey Brook Bridge on the return from Crawford Notch. 252 was originally built as Maine Central 252, so this is "home turf" for the 1966-built EMD. The dynam... (more)
Conway Scenic GP9 #1751 leads the 11:30 "Valley Train" across the Ellis River truss bridge at Glen, New Hampshire.
The Fall colors are at peak as GP38 #252 eases Conway Scenic's Notch Train down from Crawford Notch on the former Maine Central Mountain Division. The 252 is of course the former Maine Central un... (more)
In a scene of classic Americana, Conway Scenic's Valley Train with former Canadian National 0-6-0 #7470 passes a football game at the Conway Elementary School field.
A young rock climber has just finished climbing Elephant Head Mountain and pauses to watch the GP lead the Notch Train back to North Conway.
Conway Scenic Railroad's former Canadian National 0-6-0 exits the North Conway Roundhouse on a beautiful fall morning.
7470 pauses for photographers on the turntable in North Conway during the night photo session, part of the annual Railfan Weekend.
This photo is available only once per year as Conway Scenic Locomotives are turned to face South for photographers during the annual Railfan Weekend.
GP35 216 and GP38 252 make the last pull to the top of Crawford Notch.
As part of the 2011 Railfans Weekend, Conway Scenic Railroad's lone RDC operated an extra that went from North Conway to Conway and stopped for a runby. Flying extra flags, it is about to depart f... (more)