The pride of the North is preparing for a sprint to Conway with trainload of tourists, railfans, rubbernecks and senior citizens.
An F7 spends the night on a turntable between runs at one of the small engine terminals that were so common on the B&M, with its air supply connected to the turntable mechanism. This one is still... (more)
Former Portland Terminal Alco built in 1950 has long been a staple on the Conway Scenic. Once up for sale, she now has a new lease on life and should remain stabled in the North Country for many ... (more)
Canadian National Switcher #7470 poses in front of the historic railway station at North Conway, New Hampshire as she awaits orders to take a short freight north. The locomotive dates to 1921 an... (more)
Steam In The Snow: For the third year in a row the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts ran their annual steam in the snow special from North Conway to Notchland on the Conway Scenic Railroad. O... (more)
Railfans brave the cold and snow to get their shots of Canadian National 0-6-0 7470 arriving back in North Conway after pulling the Mass Bay RRE Steam in the Snow excursion back from Notchland. Th... (more)
For the end of the 2009, here's one of my first shots from this year. The gauges all read zero and the oil cans sit unused as Canadian National 0-6-0 7470 slumbers inside the North Conway roundhou... (more)
Waiting... Engineer Courtney Gregg waits for the signal to proceed back and pick up a few coaches to move them out of the way for that evening's night photo session.
Conway Scenic 573 has cut away from the train and cleared the crossing as another satisfied group of passengers begin the journey home. The 573 will lead one more train to the North Pole before it... (more)
The organized night photo session has become a staple of Railfan Weekend at the Conway Scenic. The night before, however, I held my own little "disorganized" night photo session. A couple of my ... (more)
Running cab-end forward against the hazy backdrop of Moat Mountain, 1055 pinch-hits for CSRX's steam loco, which was kept in the barn by ongoing boiler work.
Despite the best efforts of Timothy Mellon (and even latter B&M management) the Minuteman lives on in 2009.
I have a definite soft spot in my heart for this engine. Lighting by handheld flash, twilight sky by Mother Nature.
Train returning from Conway will become the dinner train in about an hour.
Mixed freight running from Bartlett to North Conway passing a sister as they head into the yard.