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.
The first tour train of the day departs North Conway southbound with a trainload of vacationers.
With the White Mountains in the background Conway Scenic's GP35 prepares the Crawford Notch excursion train for an 11 a.m. departure.
North Conway is temporarily a bustling place as the Notch Train arrived a short time ago and the Valley Train is ariving with the CSRX GP38 252 in the lead. Off in the distance is the Boston & Ma... (more)
On the final run of the day for the Conway Scenic Railroad, CSRR train 31 is seen easing down the siding at Bartlett, NH with less than 30 minutes until sunset. The original Maine Central GP38 25... (more)
On a 92-degree day in the White Mountains, a scene that could have pre-dated Guilford and Pan Am Railways is played out daily on the Conway Scenic Railroad's former Maine Central trackage between ... (more)
Extra 4266 East. Although 4266 is a Boston & Maine unit, she looks right at home here on Maine Central rails, approaching the former Glen & Jackson depot. 4266 is returning from Ba... (more)
The Valley Train climbs the 2 mile straight track at Intervale just before crossing Route 302 at Scenic Vista. The 6,288 foot Mount Washington can be seen in the background covered in snow. This i... (more)
Former Maine Central #573 pulls the Santa Express consist to Bartlett where it will run around and head back to North Conway. Here it crosses through Attitash Ski area.
The historic 1874 Boston & Maine station is decorated for Christmas.
First time since '53
Meet Me At Bartlett. CSRX 252 rolls into Bartlett with the Valley Train, catching a break from her usual Notch Train assignment. Holding the main is a photographer's mixed extra be... (more)
Southbound For A Change. Conway Scenic usually keeps #7470 facing north/west for practical reasons. This Sunday morning, however, was Railfan Weekend and thus, she faced toward the... (more)