The daily fall foliage "Notch Train" rolls west through Intervale with both locomotives on point. The train is headed to Fabyan Station and then returning along the former Maine Central Railroad M... (more)
Engineer Cory Fothergill looks out the window of former Norfolk & Western GP35 #216. He is putting the train together for the 11am departure from North Conway on a round trip to Fabyan Station pas... (more)
Just seconds before pulling into Fabyan Station for the run-around for the return trip, Notch Train 163 crosses the Ammonoosuc River. The train was sold out today as the New Hampshire foliage is a... (more)
The Crawford Notch Train heads West as it leaves the flat ground of Bartlett below and charges up the two percent grade toward the top of Crawford Notch. The two classic EMD Geeps are smoking it u... (more)
After the mid-afternoon arrival at Fabyan Station, Conway Scenic's former Norfolk & Western GP35 runs light across Base Station Road. This is the road that leads up to the Mount Washington Cog Rai... (more)
Just after departing Fabyan Station for the long downhill ride back to North Conway, Notch Train 162 crosses the steel bridge just East of the Fabyan Depot. The former Norfolk & Western GP35 is in... (more)
As the last rays of sunlight poke over the treeline, Notch Train 162 charges up the hill at Intervale just minutes from arrival at North Conway Depot. Engineer Cory Fothergill is at the throttle o... (more)
#216 leads the Notch Train as they near Bartlett Depot.
#216 leads the Notch Train under Route 302 on an excellent Sunday afternoon.
The Notch Train takes a stop at Glen to make a passenger pickup, and then they will continue their journey to Fabyans.
A pair of Conway Scenic geeps during the blue hour. CSRX 216 and CSRX 252 (ex-N&W GP38 and ex-MEC GP38 respectively, both acquired as a trade to Pan Am for Conway Scenic's ex-CN F-units) ar... (more)
A pair of Conway Scenic GP38s sit quietly in the North Conway yard waiting for the following day's duties. Taken on the property with permission.
Conway Scenic's Notch Train, lead by GP35 216 passes Harts Location, NH on the beautiful former MEC Mountain Division.
CSRX 216 (an ex-N&W high hood GP35) is switching the notch train at North Conway before its departure for Crawford Notch over the ex-Maine Central Mountain Sub. My wife and I would take this notch... (more)
Conway Scenic 216 and 252 lead the Notch Train, at the beautifully restored Crawford's Depot, minutes before its departure for Fabyans, NH