A 79 car westbound comes into town as it passes one of the local churches
North Conway Station -The North Conway Station was built by the Portsmouth, Great Falls & Conway Railroad in 1874, two years after the completion of the Conway Branch. The building was d... (more)
Conway Scenic 1751 (ex-CO GP9) shuffles around the small yard in Carroll, NH. 1751 is running a small work train consisting of a flatcar and a depressed flatcar with an excavator on it.
CSRX 7470 (ex-CN 0-6-0) leads a small photo freight through Hussey's Field in Conway, NH on the former B&M Conway Branch.
The brakeman of Boston & Maine’s Groveton switcher looks down the track at the next cars to grab as his ride approaches.
Fall in New England offers some stunning views, especially when a train is included! The Nashua based NA-1 crew heads North around MPI-15 with one empty covered hopper from Hendrix Wire & Cable in... (more)
Gasoline Loco #2 Gas-Mechanical locomotive #2 was made at the Vulcan Iron Works of Wilkes-Barre, PA.
It was probably originally powered with a Ford “Model T” automobile motor ... (more)
Nowadays this shot feels almost impossible to get, but in February 2019, it was possible. MEC High Hood 374 pulls a lengthy NA-1 (Nashua Local) by the searchlights at N 26, in Manchester, NH. Some... (more)
A late northbound run makes their way into downtown Rochester
M&B 901 heads light back to Milford for the last move of the year.
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" travels eastbound on the fabled ex-Maine Central Mountain Division. Seen here rounding a railroad-known spot called Hangman's Curve. in addition ... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" travels eastbound on the fabled ex-Maine Central Mountain Division. The mighty face of Mt. Willard looms in the background as peak autumn foliage ... (more)
The 1921 light engine on a rare equipment move between Meredith, NH and Lincoln, NH. The 1921 doesn't run very often because it is a backup to a backup engine.
NHN "Union Extra" running south towards Union, NH to participate in the community's annual "Union Days" - celebrating the town's history and local railroad involvement.
The American Flag of the North Conway Fire Station hangs high with the morning Conrail Excursion Train waiting for its departure. A mother and young daughter are passing by on their way to the N... (more)