A Blast from the Past Former Maine Central GP7 573 is posing for a photo in the yard. Thanks to Fred Jones and John Tully for the lighting!
Over the River and through the Woods. The Valley Train with ex. NYC GP9 1751 leading heads over the Saco River and into the woods. This train was part of the many trains during "... (more)
B&M, MEC, and NYC in one photo? Sort of. On "Railfans' Day," the Conway Scenic had a rare triple header with ex. B&M 4266, ex. MEC 573, and ex. NYC 1751. The triple header ... (more)
The Night Photo Session: my favorite part of "Railfans' Day." Thanks to Fred Jones and John Tully for supplying the light. Here, ex. B&M 4266 stands on the turntable with ex. MEC 573... (more)
In the Setting Sun, ex. NYC GP9 1751 leads the dinner train through Intervale. Intervale is one of the best places to see the dinner train in the setting sunlight. This was the last ... (more)
GP7 573 waits at Conway before returning to North Conway Depot at the Conway Scenic Railroad's Railfan Day.
"Photo Line: Open 'em" The commands of Fred Jones and John Tully, the photographers who supplied the light, to open the shutters. The photo session was held at the end of "Railfans' ... (more)
New York Central in New Hampshire? Ex. NYC GP9 1751 heads over Moat Brook toward Conway with the Valley Train. This train was a part of "Railfans' Day" on the Conway Scenic Railroad.... (more)
On a rainy and cloudy summer afternoon, GP35 #216 leads the Notch Train into its final approach just east of Crawford Station, NH.
7470 poses in a photo session organized by Historic Transport Preservation and hosted by the Conway Scenic Railroad.
The "7470 Photo Special": one of the last photo specials for Conway Scenic 7470. In late May, the Mass Bay RRE hosted an excursion that covered most of the lower part of th... (more)
Conway Scenic's New York Central painted unit rests in front of the N. Conway station on a warm spring afternoon. Hasselblad 500c/m, Kodak Tmax 100.
Ready for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts 'Steam in Snow' special, #7470 would be the star of the show. #7470 is a Canadian National 0-6-0 O-18a switcher. She was built in 1921 by the G... (more)
Ex-Canadian National #7470 gives off a good "Steampunk" look, ready for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts 'Steam in Snow!' special. This was #7470's last photo charter before sh... (more)