With Mt Washington keeping a close eye on the valley, Conway scenic's Budd car rounds the bend on the former Maine central mountain division for a Rail fan weekend Extra run to Soap stone
Conway Scenic Railroad #573 brings the "Valley Train" back into North Conway; returning from Bartlett, NH.
Conway Scenic's southbound "Notch Train" returns back into North Conway after running up to Fabyan's.
Steam in the Snow makes its way back to North Conway.
After a run-around at Fabyan, Notch Train 162 passes Crawford Depot and Saco Lake before heading down the steep grade through Crawford Notch with the destination of North Conway.
The first valley train of the day heads into Conway Village on the 55 minute round trip that starts and ends in North Conway. The 573 is a 1950 GP7 that was in service with the Maine Central Railr... (more)
Notch Train 163 heads west toward the Village of Bartlett before climbing the steep grade up through Crawford Notch on the historic former Maine Central Mountain Subdivision. Locomotive 252 was bo... (more)
Notch Train 163 climbs the steep grade toward Crawford Depot moments before passing through the Gateway. The rock face above the train is part of Mount Willard. The steep right of way was once par... (more)
After a run to Fabyans, the Notch Train returns south through the beautifully scenic views of Crawford Notch State Park.
Under threatening skies, Conway Scenic's "Red Ball Special" arrives in Whitefield becoming the first passenger train to cross the diamond in 35 years. Appropriately, ex-MEC 252, the last... (more)
After arriving at Crawford's Depot in Crawford Notch, Train 163's power, Conway Scenic Railroad EMD GP35 216, has uncoupled from it's consist and prepares to run around the train for the return tr... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad 573 brings the "Valley Train" south towards Conway center, before running back to North Conway.
The winter of 2008-2009 at the Conway Scenic provided an opportunity to overhaul some key components on 573.
Crew members fire up ex-BM 4266 in preparation for switching passenger cars within yard limits at North Conway.