During the 2012 railfans weekend at Conway Scenic Railroad, CSRX 573 (an ex-Maine Central GP7) takes a spin on the North Conway turntable. Inside the roundhouse is CSRX 7470, an ex-CN 0-6-0. For m... (more)
During the 2012 railfans weekend at Conway Scenic Railroad, B&M 4266 does some switching near the North Conway Station. For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestr... (more)
The 252 soaks in some mid summer sun outside the station in North Conway. For more, check out my Flickr!
A quite weathered Bangor and Aroostook reefer lives on in the Conway Scenic's museum worthy equipment line. For more, check out my Flick... (more)
The 6 o'clock sunset dinner train heads north through the small village of Glen.
Conway Scenic's GP-7 #573 takes the Valley Train through Bartlett. Back in it's glory days, the 573 was the locomotive of choice for Maine Central's president E.Spencer Miller and his business tra... (more)
Following an afternoon run over to the Conway outlets, a convincing late dinner plan was formulated (as I stowed the lighting equipment along for the jaunt) to photograph some of the Conway Scenic... (more)
The Conway Scenic Notch Train "notches" it down a bit over the Willey Brook Trestle to give everyone a chance to enjoy the view. For more, check out my more)
Steam In The Snow. Conway Scenic's ex-Canadian National 0-6-0 passes through a typical New Hampshire winter scene as she starts downhill with the 2011 edition of the Massachusetts B... (more)
Ex CN chunky 0-6-0 7470 charges Conway Scenic steam Valley run from Conway back to North Conway, a round trip of less than an hour.
Conway Scenic Notch Train is southbound through famous Crawford Notch on its return to North Conway from Fabyan on a rainy October day. The scenic round trip takes five and a half hours and passen... (more)
The conductor makes a call to the dispatcher to find out the next assignment for GP7 #573, a 1950 product of EMD that served the Maine Central. Lumedyne lighting by Fred Jones and John Tully.
CSRX 7470 leads the Mass Bay RRE Charter over Willey Brook Trestle on its way to Crawford Notch and Fabyan.