Boston and Maine F7 4266 leads the Conway Scenic Railroad's "Valley Train" around the sweeping curve into Conway, NH.
Conway Scenic 216 sits in Conway after delivering the cars for the photo freight. Upon the arrival of 4266 with the valley consist, the power will be swapped and 216 will bring the valley train ba... (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.
The first Valley Train of the day heads into Conway during 2018 Railfan's Weekend.
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.
Conway Scenic 1751 brings the first Valley Train of Railfans' Day to Conway
Former New Haven 23 brings some passengers on a special extra along Pudding Pond in Conway, NH. This was taken during Railfans' Day on the Conway Scenic.
Now-departed S4 #1055 leads train 31 north past one of my favorite photo spots, Moat Brook Trestle. Since the photo was taken, #1055 has been sold to the Downeast Scenic Railroad, and is running ... (more)
B&M, MEC, and NYC in one photo? Sort of. On "Railfans' Day," the Conway Scenic had a rare triple header with ex. B&M 4266, ex. MEC 573, and ex. NYC 1751. The triple header ... (more)
GP7 573 waits at Conway before returning to North Conway Depot at the Conway Scenic Railroad's Railfan Day.
New York Central in New Hampshire? Ex. NYC GP9 1751 heads over Moat Brook toward Conway with the Valley Train. This train was a part of "Railfans' Day" on the Conway Scenic Railroad.... (more)
The "7470 Photo Special": one of the last photo specials for Conway Scenic 7470. In late May, the Mass Bay RRE hosted an excursion that covered most of the lower part of th... (more)
Moat Brook Trestle. Here's a relatively unusual view of the Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National Switcher #7470, hauling a passenger excursion over the old wooden trestle at Moat Broo... (more)