During the 2012 railfans weekend at Conway Scenic Railroad, B&M 4266 does some switching near the North Conway Station. For more train photos, check out http://www.flickr.com/photos/mtlwestrailfan... (more)
Conway Scenic's handsome F7A in pre-1969 Minuteman Herald Maroon & Gold livery sits inside the engine house after pulling the North Pole trips the night before.
A Lot of History in one frame - The roundhouse is the former B&M North Conway roundhouse built in 1874. The turntable is also B&M, built in 1910. The coach sitting on the ground to the left of the... (more)
Santa Express with former BM #4266 on point crosses the Saco River Bridge just short of its destination, Conway Village.
One of the most famous locomotives in New England, former Boston & Maine F7 #4266 is coupled to the back of the Extended Notch Train consist. The train will run to Mountain Junction where 4266 wil... (more)
Former Boston & Maine F7 #4266 is owned by the 470 Railroad Club of Portland and leased to the Conway Scenic Railroad. Here it can be seen pulling the Santa Express train into Conway on this clear... (more)
The Conway Scenic Santa Express arrives at the end of the line in Conway. In a moment GP7 #573 on the other end of the consist will pull the train back toward North Conway Depot.
B&M 4266 takes a spin on the turntable at North Conway before heading out for a trip to Bartlett
No power windows here.
Starry night. During last weekend's night photo session at the Conway Scenic, after everyone had gotten their Lumedyne-lit shots of Boston & Maine 4266 sitting on the turntable, I noticed t... (more)
4266 is being used to put CN 7470 in place on the turntable for a bath.
4266 is being used as the shop switcher.
On it's return trip to North Conway, BM 4266 climbs over Flume Cascade after leaving the Crawford Notch Depot.
Railfan's Weekend - In a shot that could be dated for the late 40's, B&M 4266 pulls a string of passenger cars out for the Conway Scenic's Notch train.
Seldom photgraphed scenic spot just south of White River Junction. Curently New England Central, PanAm and Amtrak still use this span.