Run-by at Woodland Pines. With her pops lifting, CN 7470 brings her "Steam in the Snow" consist across the East Branch of the Saco River and through the property of a residential developmen... (more)
#7470 on the first of last Saturday's photo runbys. Wishing her a speedy return to steam!
CN 7470, a Cinderella story. The Conway Scenic Railroad's only steam locomotive, the former Canadian National Switcher #7470 drifts toward the concrete tunnel under Highway 302, known as Co... (more)
Steaming past Bartlett Roundhouse. Locals gather to grab cell-phone pics as former Canadian National Switcher #7470 brings her "Steam in the Snow" photo extra past one of the few ... (more)
Ex-Canadian National #7470 is seen backing up for the fourth runby for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts 'Steam in Snow' special. Just east of the runby is the old Maine Central Railroad ... (more)
Eastbound at Fourth Iron. The Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National Switcher #7470 rolls off the 109 year-old "4th Iron" bridge on the Sawyer River, hauling the 8th annual &q... (more)
On the first runby for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts 'Steam in Snow' special, ex-Canadian National #7470 starts the show. The first car full of fans out the windows summaries the day'... (more)
Ready for the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts 'Steam in Snow' special, ex-Canadian National #7470, an O-18-a type built in 1921 for the Grand Trunk, poses on the North Conway turntable. The... (more)
#7470 wakes up for the last time before her FRA mandated boiler stripdown.
CN #7470, the crown jewel of the Conway Scenic RR since its 1974 opening, leads a photo charter back towards North Conway. This is the last trip the locomotive will run before the locomotive's FR... (more)
#216 leads the Notch Train as they near Bartlett Depot.
#216 leads the Notch Train under Route 302 on an excellent Sunday afternoon.
The Notch Train takes a stop at Glen to make a passenger pickup, and then they will continue their journey to Fabyans.
Canadian National 7470 is about to perform some switching, but first the crew has to do some final briefing before beginning.
This photo session was during Conway Scenic's "Railfans' Weekend" ... (more)
CSRX 252 (an ex-Maine Central GP38) is working in front of the North Conway Station on day two of the Railfans Weekend.