A vintage car waits at the crossing as 252 and 216 so their runaround of the consist at Fabyan Station to pull the Notch Train back to North Conway.
When they turned 40 years old, the "sisters" were acquired by the Conway Scenic from VIA Rail. Put into service on the Notch Train in September 1995, they would wear this paint with the nose emble... (more)
The North Conway Station is a very historic place. The 1874 iconic depot was the arrival point of Boston & Maine trains that brought visitors to the Mount Washington Valley for many years. The Con... (more)
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)
The first valley train of this beautiful early fall day crosses through the farms in Conway just after passing over Moat Brook.
Just after departing Fabyan Station Notch Train 162 is about to cross Route 302 headed back toward Crawford Notch and eventually North Conway. The area is rich with railroad history as the Mount W... (more)
A meeting of railroad history. The Mount Washington Cog Railway steam locomotive sits as an idle display at the entrance to the Base Station Road which leads to the the Cog's location. Conway Scen... (more)
The 520' Frankenstein Trestle in New Hampshire's Crawford Notch is one of the most famous and spectacular locations on the former Maine Central Subdivision where the Conway Scenic Railroad now run... (more)
White Scotchlite® Markings on a Platinum Mist Nose? Not the Best Idea...Amtrak Downeaster #694 arrives at Dover, New Hampshire, on September 17, 2016. This train is making ... (more)
The Downeaster heads over the bridge and through Salmon Mills in Rollinsford just before making a quick stop in Dover before continuing South to Boston.
SW1000 in Passenger ServiceIn Autumn of 2014, the Plymouth and Lincoln Railroad (operating as the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad/Hobo Railroad) acquired SW1000 1012 from locomotive d... (more)
A trio of wide cabs leads the Pan Am freight from Bellows Falls to White River Junction, Vt., crossing into New Hampshire for part of the journey.
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.
In the category of "most deserving to be seen under the lights at night," I submit newly repainted New Hampshire Northcoast GP18 1801! Seen leading Pan Am train BODO past the ex-Boston &... (more)