Conway Scenic RR ex-MEC GP7 573 opens up railfans' weekend by leading the "freight train" down the former Boston and Maine Conway Branch and negotiating the old wooden trestle at Moat Br... (more)
The Conway Scenic Valley Train is seen crossing the Moat Brook on Saturday, October 6, with CSRX GP7 573 leading the Conway-bound train.
Ex-Maine Central 573 leads the Valley Train over Moat Brook in Conway.
Boston & Maine 4266 (owned by 470 Railroad club and leased to Conway Scenic) and Conway Scenic (former Maine Central) 573 lead a "photo freight" consist seen arriving in Bartlett with 57... (more)
Conway Scenic 573 takes the last Valley Train of the day past Moat Brook and some farmland in Conway en route for the North Conway depot.
Ex- MEC 573 and B&M 4266 lead a freight train around the curve at Cook's Crossing in Bartlett.
Conway Scenic Railroad #573 brings the "Valley Train" back into North Conway; returning from Bartlett, NH.
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)
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.
Conway Scenic Railroad's Valley Train, led by GP7 573 arrives at Bartlett on the former Maine Central's Mountain Division. Here the 573 will cut off and run around the train for the return trip to... (more)