A great example of a "covered wagon" in a classic paint scheme...
I find this photo quite humorous as two staples of New England Americana pose together at North Conway: Boston & Maine and Ben & Jerry's.
Railfan's Weekend - In a shot that could be dated for the late 40's, B&M 4266 pulls a string of passenger cars out for the Conway Scenic's Notch train.
Conway Scenic 7470 eases out onto the turntable to begin another day of hauling tourists.
CSRR 7470 takes a spin on the turntable before heading out with the morning train to Conway with the 1055 looking on. 2820 sits idled with a bad lighting circuit.
A recently used piece of MOW eq... (more)
CSRR GP-7 573 prepares to leave N Conway for Bartlett with the evening dinner train.
7470 pulls into North Conway past the 'sisters' with the last train of the day from Conway.
This is what Heaven is like, at least that's what a fellow railfan who works as a minister tells me.
CSRR 7470 heads to the turntable during Railfans Weekend 2006 as the 573 looks on.
Under some imposing storm clouds, as well as the watchful eye of the conductor, GP7 573 brings the afternoon Valley Train past a semaphore and back into the North Conway station.
CSRR 7470 Crossing the girder bridge at Fabyans.
MBRRE trip July 14, 2007
Conway Scenic's FP9's in their CN-inspired livery sit on the side track as today's star, #7470 'storms' past into position to lead the Notch Train.
Her work for the day done, 0-6-0 7470 steams past the well-known front end of FP9A 6516 on her way to the roundhouse for a well-deserved rest.
After a successful trip through Crawford Notch and back, Conway Scenic 0-6-0 7470 leads the train tender-first past the unique station in North Conway.
There are two ways to get this shot: Either hope it happens when the big GE is fired up, or have a perfectly placed steam locomotive in the background. Thanks to 0-6-0 7470 for the steam cloud.