Conway Scenic 216 and 252 lead the Notch Train, at the beautifully restored Crawford's Depot, minutes before its departure for Fabyans, NH
Conway Scenic 216 and 252 lead the Notch Train, at Crawford Notch, minutes before its arrival at the Crawford Depot, on its way to Fabyans, NH
Sporting a clean Maine Central heritage scheme, Conway Scenic 252 and 216 lead the Notch Train back to North Conway Station, after a trip to Fabyan. For more, check out my more)
One Last Thing. 7470 posed for a few night photos before she was put to bed for the night. After a Railfan's Weekend Saturday that would see her make a fairly rare trip to Bartlett... (more)
Photo Freight for the railfan weekend pulls to the eastend of the pass at Bartlett for a meet with the Steam train behind the #7470 .
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Preparing for a meet at Bartlett on Railfans weekend.
CSRX 573 leads the freight train through the north woods of NH.
While 3 of the other CSRR locomotives prepare to depart for their respective trips, Former N&W GP35 #216 has the day off. She basks in the morning sunlight for railfans to take pictures of on this... (more)
Former Maine Central #252 puts the consist together for the MBRE "North Country Steam" Excursion to Hazens. 0-6-0 #7470 will pull the consist West to Hazens. 252 will follow and pull the consist h... (more)
The Mass Bay Rail Enthusiasts "North Country Steam" Excursion pulls into Hazens. This is the first time in history #7470 has been this far on the line.
The first Valley Train of the day begins its journey as it departs North Conway Depot and heads southeast for Conway, past an old semaphore in the Conway Scenic Yard.
Yellowbirds - The Conway Scenic's pair of former Guilford Geeps rests for the winter. The 216 is originally a Norfolk & Western GP35 and the 252 is a former Maine Central GP38 that worked for many... (more)