Despite the best planning efforts of the Conway Scenic Railroad and the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts to have a photo charter when New Hampshire normally has a good amount of snow on the ground, t... (more)
Shining in the limelight, locomotive #216 a former N&W GP35 is illuminated in a professional night photo shoot, part of Railfan Weekend 2010. Lumedyne lighting by Fred Jones and John Tully. Actor ... (more)
Running tender first to Bartlett, the 1921 0-6-0 steam engine charges full steam ahead under Route 302. The steam engine rarely is used on the Bartlett trip. Even rarer is the fact that the locomo... (more)
The Valley train heads for Bartlett Village on New Year's Day with former Maine Central GP7 #573 in charge. This year Conway Scenic ran valley trains every day during school vacation week, a first... (more)
Locomotive #7470 blows some steam off before putting the consist together for the Polar Express train. Steam only runs on the last weekend of the Polar Express event. This is the first of eight ru... (more)
The Conductor of the Notch Extra backs the train up after performing a photo run by for the throngs of photographers that Railfan Weekend 2010 attracted.
The gateway is one of the most recognized areas on the entire Mountain Subdivision. As the train gets to the summit of Crawford Notch it passes through a steep cut of granite before the area opens... (more)
A Lot of History in one frame - The roundhouse is the former B&M North Conway roundhouse built in 1874. The turntable is also B&M, built in 1910. The coach sitting on the ground to the left of the... (more)
Locomotive #15 will not be on the property much longer, she is bound for a new home in Ogema, Saskatchewan, Canada at the newly formed Southern Prairie Railway. Keeping her company on this brisk J... (more)
A 1955 GMD veteran of CN heritage squeezes through the steep rock cut at the Gateway approaching MP 85 (from Portland ) and the top of the grade on the former Maine Central Mountain Sub. During R... (more)
Back in 2009 this was still a common sight in the White Mountains. The twin ex CN FP9s had been standard power since 1995 hauling the Conway Scenic's tourist trains from this depot north and west... (more)
Although resting for the winter, the latest locomotive to the Conway Scenic roster looks very alive in the afternoon sunlight.
Locomotive #573 runs around the train at Bartlett during Railfan Weekend 2010.
The workhorse of Conway Scenic, former Maine Central #573 takes a spin on the turntable before coupling to a photo freight consist for Railfan Weekend 2010.
Santa Express with former BM #4266 on point crosses the Saco River Bridge just short of its destination, Conway Village.