Santa Express with former BM #4266 on point crosses the Saco River Bridge just short of its destination, Conway Village.
Fireman Bob Howland and Engineer Courtney Gregg take a break while passengers re-board the train after the photo run-by at Notchland during the 2011 Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts "Steam In the Sno... (more)
Locomotive #7470 couples to the rear of the Polar Express consist to head to the North Pole. The classic steam engine will pull the consist from the North Pole back to North Conway. The locomotive... (more)
One of the most famous locomotives in New England, former Boston & Maine F7 #4266 is coupled to the back of the Extended Notch Train consist. The train will run to Mountain Junction where 4266 wil... (more)
Conway Scenic's prized 0-6-0, veteran of the Canadian National blows off some steam and takes a spin on the turntable during Railfan Weekend 2010.
Is this 1921 or 2010? Conway Scenic's prized 0-6-0, veteran of the Canadian National emerges from hibernation and takes a spin on the turntable during Railfan Weekend 2010.
Old Friends together at last - GP7 #573 and GP38 #252 worked together for many years on the Maine Central Railroad. Now they are reunited pulling passenger trains for the Conway Scenic Railroad. L... (more)
A freight extra runs through the Mt Washington Valley, much to the delight of photographers. This was one of the many attractions during the 2010 Railfan Weekend at Conway Scenic Railroad.
Former Boston & Maine F7 #4266 is owned by the 470 Railroad Club of Portland and leased to the Conway Scenic Railroad. Here it can be seen pulling the Santa Express train into Conway on this clear... (more)
Steam in the Snow - Sawyer River. The Conway Scenic Railroad's 1921-vintage Canadian National Switcher runs eastbound across the Sawyer River with the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiast's annual ... (more)
Conway Scenic #7470 an ex Canadian National 1921 0-6-0 emerges from the roundhouse and steams across the yard to couple to the Polar Express consist. Steam is used on the Polar Express on the last... (more)
The Conway Scenic Santa Express arrives at the end of the line in Conway. In a moment GP7 #573 on the other end of the consist will pull the train back toward North Conway Depot.
The sunset dinner train is on its way to Bartlett, NH with recently acquired ex ST GP 35 #216 wearing a Maine Central inspired paint scheme.
Former MEC GP38 #252 leads the Conway Scenic Notch Train out of Fabyan Station.
Conway Scenic #7470 crosses Moat Brook on the way back to North Conway with the last train of the day during Railfan Weekend 2010.