Train has gone all the way to Hazens, well past this usual turning spot at Crawford Notch.
An "extended" Notch Train is seen outside its normal turning point (at Crawford Notch) crossing the trestle by the Fabyan depot. Trains only venture up this far occasionally each year.
Notch Train extra stopped at the end of State owned trackage at Hazen's in Whitefield after backing down the Mountain Division from Fabyan's. Railfan's Weekend 2009.
This scene took eight people to pull off - two CSRR employees posing with lanterns, three more in the cabs to work the headlights, two railfans with Lumedyne units, and one to coordinate everybody... (more)
For those willing to make the strenuous hike up from Route 302 (at far right), the granite outcrop that overlooks Willey Brook Bridge provides a great view of southbound trains descending the uppe... (more)
Schnabel move crosses the Saco River
Backing into the depot to board passengers requires some intricate moves that provide numerous photo ops. Here, the power is on the rear of the train & will have to run around it to lead.
#162 carries an original MEC train number.
Eastbound Notch Train at Crawford Depot at the top of Crawford Notch State Park. 162 is a former MEC train number.
Looking for an evening thunderstorm over North Conway...!