As Ex. Canadian National 7470 simmers by the depot in North Conway, NH, the fireman of the train gets hoop orders from the station master.
This photo session was during Conway Scenic's "Railfan... (more)
A pair of Conway Scenic geeps during the blue hour. CSRX 216 and CSRX 252 (ex-N&W GP38 and ex-MEC GP38 respectively, both acquired as a trade to Pan Am for Conway Scenic's ex-CN F-units) ar... (more)
Getting CN 7470 ready for day two of Railfans Weekend. Before its first run of the day, CN 7470 is worked on on the North Conway turntable. Soon it will do some switching then lead the firs... (more)
Though the Fall foliage is past peak, it's still quite the view from Elephant Head as Conway Scenic's Notch Train heads through Crawford's on its return trip to North Conway. In the foreground ar... (more)
CSRX #573, an EMD GP7 type (Ex-Maine Central) built in 1950, is inspected before departing North Conway Station bound for Conway.
Back in October, 2011, Conway Scenic's GP-7 #573 was in charge of the Valley train to Bartlett, New Hampshire. For more, check out my Fl... (more)
A pair of Conway Scenic GP38s sit quietly in the North Conway yard waiting for the following day's duties. Taken on the property with permission.
Conway Scenic's Notch Train, lead by GP35 216 passes Harts Location, NH on the beautiful former MEC Mountain Division.
Conway Scenic's 2:30 Valley Train to Bartlett has just completed it's run and arrived back in North Conway. Passengers will then detrain and new passengers will board for the 4:30 departure south ... (more)
Light moves. Just before making her final run-by for the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts charter in the town of Bartlett, NH, the crew of CN 7470 noticed a bearing that was running hot. Afte... (more)
High Ball at Fourth Iron. The morning clouds and mid-day showers are clearing away to the east as the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts (MBRRE) steam excursion with CN 7470 rolls across Fourth ... (more)
Moat Brook Trestle. Here's a relatively unusual view of the Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National Switcher #7470, hauling a passenger excursion over the old wooden trestle at Moat Broo... (more)
Last dance?.....Well, maybe. Sporting an immaculately clean boiler jacket and some fresh paint here and there, the Conway Scenic Railroad's hefty Canadian National Switcher #7470 emerges fr... (more)
At the end of May, the Mass Bay RRE hosted a farewell excursion to 7470 on the Conway Scenic. 7470 will soon have a boiler inspection that will take about 2 years to complete. Here, we have 7470 c... (more)
BM 4266 does some switching in the North Conway Yard on the first morning of the 2012 edition of railfans weekend. For more train photos, click more)