Canadian National locomotive 7470 gallops eastbound off the iron bridge at Ellis River with the annual Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiast's "Steam in the Snow" excursion. The trackage they are travelin... (more)
Experienced railfans know the effect that extreme cold temperatures have on the exhaust plumes from steam engines. In this scene, former Canadian National Switcher #7470 bursts out from under th... (more)
It is well known to the residents of New Hampshire's White Mountains residents that the terrain here plays a huge part in generating local weather conditions. So it was that while most of New En... (more)
A Canadian National freight extra runs eastbound along the Saco River toward Bartlett, NH on a very windy and very cold January day. The patrons of this Lerro Productions Charter donned their wa... (more)
Former Canadian National Switcher #7470 charges eastbound past the old Sawyer River Section House with a local freight extra. This spectacular scene was just one of many staged for rail photogra... (more)
Conway Scenic 0-6-0 7470 emerges from the shadows of the White Mountains as it passes through Notchland on the return trip of a Massachusetts Bay RRE charter trip to Faybans. The cliff in the back... (more)
CSRX 7470 leads the Mass Bay RRE train across the only doubletruss bridge on the Conway Scenic (ex-MEC) across the Saco River.
This 1950s-vintage scene depicts a Canadian National local freight waiting for the signal to leave a small town yard. In the background, a visiting Geep 7 beds down for the night. This recreat... (more)
GP7 573 and the Polar Express consist wait for the sun to set at the North Conway station before running to the North Pole tonight.
Conway Scenic's version of the Polar Express returns to North Conway as the passengers of the 7:30PM train wait for their turn to ride ot the North Pole!
Three boys stop in their tracks to watch GP7 573 run around the train at Barltett as seen from the interior of the beautiful observation car Gertrude Mae.
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.