The Steam in the Snow special returns to North Conway after a fantastic day of watching "just" an 0-6-0 show what shes made of in two feet of the white stuff.
The workhorse on Conway Scenic's Valley Train is #573, an ex Maine Central Geep 7 built in 1950. She is seen here crossing Rte 302 with the afternoon train to Bartlett.
Former Grand Trunk Switcher #7470 sits in front of the 134 year-old North Conway Station on a cool fall evening. Conway Scenic fans will note that her hand rails and tires have been painted blac... (more)
Former Grand Trunk Switcher #7470 waits as Freight Extra 573 makes a late afternoon arrival in the North Conway Yard. The GP7-powered freight is returning from a railfan excursion to Bartlett, N... (more)
1/15 SEC PAN SHOT of Conway Scenic Railroad's Locomotive #7470 as she races in reverse over Passaconaway Road. Note that the locomotive's tender carries no logos or striping. The tender... (more)
1055 and the Mixed Extra hold the siding to wait for traffic to clear.
Railfan's Weekend 2008.
New England's highest peak, Mt Washington, looms over the 1055 with a mixed train during Railfan's Weekend 2008.
7470 gets a good pressure wash.
Easing thru the construction zone which will look considerably different in a couple days. #20 is a former B&M train number.
Ex-Quincy Bay Terminal nee-ConRail
Backing into the depot to board passengers requires some intricate moves that provide numerous photo ops. Here, the power is on the rear of the train & will have to run around it to lead.