EMD GP7 #573, (Ex-Maine Central) built in 1950, is inspected before departing North Conway Station bound for Conway.
The 6 o'clock sunset dinner train heads north through the small village of Glen.
The first tour train of the day departs North Conway southbound with a trainload of vacationers.
With just a little imagination the year could be 1969 and this could be an RY-2 coming off the mountain or maybe of set of helpers drifting back to Bartlett. But in reality this is 2009 and former... (more)
CSRR 573 spent the morning clearing the crossings for the MBRRE Winter Special trip now waits to pull the Special out to Sawyer's River while 7470 steams away on the opposite end of the train.
CSRR 573 slicing thru the snow on the way to Bartlett.
With the 2820 OS due to an electrical problem, former Maine Central 573 handled the Notch train today.
Seen here ready to head south to N. Conway from Crawford Notch Station.
CSRR GP-7 573 prepares to leave N Conway for Bartlett with the evening dinner train.
Conway Scenic's ex MEC GP 7 slices thru the golf couse at North Conway on it's trip to Conway.
This tram - in all over livery advertising a well known beer - pauses just outside the Praça da Comércio, outside the main Post Office.
Our engineer looks thoughtful before the train to Bartlett NH. departs
Ex. Maine Central GP7 573 on a tourist train.