7470 gets a good pressure wash.
Ex-Quincy Bay Terminal nee-ConRail
4266 is being used to put CN 7470 in place on the turntable for a bath.
Backing into the depot to board passengers requires some intricate moves that provide numerous photo ops. Here, the power is on the rear of the train & will have to run around it to lead.
4266 is being used as the shop switcher.
#162 carries an original MEC train number.
Ex Maine Central 44 ton and Ex CN 7470 waiting for the days excursions to begin.
Conway Scenic 1055 pulls a passenger train north across a golf course and into the station area at North Conway.
All is quiet at the North Conway station on Friday night as a train sitting ready to leave early the next morning for a winter charter, while Conway Scenic 6516 waits for the spring thaw under a b... (more)
The conductor has lined the switch for the turntable lead so that the 7470 can proceed to the main line for the MBRRE "Steam in the Snow" train.
CSRR 7470 Steams past the MEC 501's recently repainted tender to start the day with MBRRE's Winter trip.
CSRR 573 spent the morning clearing the crossings for the MBRRE Winter Special trip now waits to pull the Special out to Sawyer's River while 7470 steams away on the opposite end of the train.
CSRR 7470 heads onto the table on a winter day.
Looking for an evening thunderstorm over North Conway...!