CSRR GP-7 573 prepares to leave N Conway for Bartlett with the evening dinner train.
7470 pulls into North Conway past the 'sisters' with the last train of the day from Conway.
This is what Heaven is like, at least that's what a fellow railfan who works as a minister tells me.
CSRR 7470 heads to the turntable during Railfans Weekend 2006 as the 573 looks on.
CSRX 7470 handles the second runby of the day, this one at Notchland.
Under some imposing storm clouds, as well as the watchful eye of the conductor, GP7 573 brings the afternoon Valley Train past a semaphore and back into the North Conway station.
CSRR 7470 Crossing the girder bridge at Fabyans.
MBRRE trip July 14, 2007
CSRX 7470 brings the special into Bartlett to let pasengers off for the first run-by of the day.
Conway Scenic's FP9's in their CN-inspired livery sit on the side track as today's star, #7470 'storms' past into position to lead the Notch Train.
Since Bartlett only sees a few regularly scheduled passenger trains a day, this perpetually lit green signal serves no purpose. The opposing signal also constantly displays a clear aspect.
In B&M inspired paint, Conway Scenic GP7 573 leads 1898-built observation car "Gertrude Emma" and the Sunset Train northward over the East Branch of the Saco River toward Bartlett.
Her work for the day done, 0-6-0 7470 steams past the well-known front end of FP9A 6516 on her way to the roundhouse for a well-deserved rest.
After a successful trip through Crawford Notch and back, Conway Scenic 0-6-0 7470 leads the train tender-first past the unique station in North Conway.