REO Speed Wagon! The White Mountain Central Railroad's 1929 REO Railbus speeds toward the yard at Clark's Trading Post with a special excursion during the 2018, 60th Anniversary Railroad Da... (more)
A most unusual sight! Normally, the tourist trains at Clark's are pushed up the hill by the line's Climax Locomotive, with the power always on the downhill side of the train. Here, we see ... (more)
Heading for Wolfman Territory! A special double-headed version of the White Mountain Central Railroad's tourist train crosses the Pemigewasset River and prepares to head up the hill into "W... (more)
Locomotive #2, Ammonoosuc, is descending off of Jacob's Ladder. The locomotive slows its descent by compressing air in its cylinders. The coach is independently controlled by the brakeman, seen ... (more)
Boston & Maine F7 leads the North Pole Extra back to North Conway. Gusting winds kick up powder as the train crosses the East Branch of the Saco River.
The Notch Train has made it over the most grueling part of the 15 miles of 2.2% grade as the pass through the Gateway into Crawford Notch.
With the fall foliage in full peak, Conway Scenic Railroads "Notch Train" glides across the Willey Brook Bridge in Crawford Notch. Located on the former Maine Central "Mountain Divi... (more)
Conway Scenic RR ex-MEC GP38 252 is right at home here on the old MEC Mountain Division, as it brings the Notch Train to a crawl over fabled "Frankenstein Trestle", deep in the White Mountains of ... (more)
Boston and Maine F7 4266 in on home rails as she leads the Conway Scenic Railroad's "Red Ball Special" across the diamond and past the Ball Signal into Whitefield, NH. The train is on B&... (more)
Boston and Maine F7 4266 leads the Conway Scenic Railroad's "Valley Train" around the sweeping curve into Conway, NH.
Ex- Boston and Maine 4266 brings up the markers on a special charter out of North Conway that brought passengers to the historic railroad diamond and ball signal at Whitefield. The train rounds th... (more)
Just after dropping the New Hampshire Central pilot off, the "Notch Extra" accelerates out of Hazens back toward Crawford to begin the descent through the Notch to North Conway.
The "Notch Extra" arrives in Whitefield at the former Boston and Maine/Maine Central diamond. The track that the train is seen on is the former Boston & Maine Wells River-Berlin branch. ... (more)
Hobo Railroad passenger train returns to Lincoln after a morning excursion.
The Conway Scenic 'Notch Train' on July 12 is seen getting ready to depart the Crawford Notch depot with former Maine Central GP38 252 looking right at home as Conway Scenic's #252.