The Notch Train has made it over the most grueling part of the 15 miles of 2.2% grade as the pass through the Gateway into Crawford Notch.
On June 9, 1966, the westbound train 19 "The Chief" arrives at Trinidad, Colorado behind F7A #21, F7A #327 and three F7B's. Photo from my collection. Photographer K. Crist.
CNW 411 leads the final train of the day back to IRM, passing B&O/GM&O position lights.
MILW 69C, a freight F7A with a passenger pilot endures foul spring weather at St. Paul while waiting its next assignment. This unit built in July 1950 and retired in May 1978 and scrapped. This un... (more)
CNW 411 pushes her Commuter train past a UP freight and a 1970 skylark.
Ex- Boston and Maine 4266 crosses Second Iron and the Saco River in Bartlett with the Notch Train.
Foliage is at or near peak this weekend in the White Mountains as the Conway Scenic Railroad Notch train heads west over the Willey Brook Bridge in Hart's Location, New Hampshire, with Boston & Ma... (more)
Foliage is at or near peak this weekend in the White Mountains as the Conway Scenic Railroad Notch train heads west over the Frankenstein Trestle in Hart's Location, New Hampshire, with Boston & M... (more)
Conway Scenic 4266 and 252 bring the Notch Train around the curve at Cook's Crossing. It's a beautiful fall day, and passengers are in for a real treat as the foliage is more colorful up in the no... (more)
The Milwaukee Road passenger trains are all gone. The Morning Hiawatha/Afternoon Hiawatha/Pioneer Ltd. and all the mail trains are all gone.....they all stopped at Portage,WI.. When the NRPC was s... (more)
Ex-Boston and Maine 4266 on the turntable in North Conway. Flashes provided by Fred Jones and John Tully.
Western Pacific 913 leads two more F7As and two GP-9s up the grade near Pleasanton. Note the open autorack cars. Ah the good ole days.
Former SP F7 units lead the McNeil to Gibsland freight.