The Saturday, September 28 Conway Scenic Valley Train #10, departing at 1030 hrs, is seen crossing the Moat Brook trestle on the approach to the new Densmore Orchards stop in North Conway, NH. CS... (more)
Conway Scenic's Valley Train running over Moat Brook.
Conway Scenic's Notch Train running over Willey Brook in a sea of colorful fall foliage.
Another late-running New England Central Railroad train 324 heads south with an extremely well-timed patch of sun that was moving east toward the camera as the train headed south with SD40M-2s 347... (more)
A late-running New England Central Railroad train 324 is seen with the Brattleboro turn crew #611 crossing the Connecticut River from Windsor, Vermont, to Cornish, New Hampshire, with NECR 324/611... (more)
Conway Scenic 252 (ex-MEC GP38-2) and 216 (ex-NW GP35) are at the tail end of a special with steam engine 7470 in the lead. The train passes through the rock cut at Gateway.
Pan Am’s OCS heads east
Bed time for 7470. The crew of CN 7470 prepare to return their locomotive to its stall in the historic North Conway Roundhouse, after a full day of railfan activities. The final act for 74... (more)
Setting out hoppers in Bartlett. One of the highlights of the first day of the Conway Scenic Railroad's Railfan Weekend was an opportunity to see steam locomotive CN 7470 doing what she was... (more)
Meet me in Bartlett. Unbeknownst to the passengers on the engineer's side of the Conway Scenic Railroad's popular "Notch Train", they're about to witness something seldom seen in ... (more)
Bound for Bartlett. The beautiful sunny skies that prevailed through the mid-day have given way to clouds as CN 7470 hauls her photo freight west on the old Maine Central Mountain Division,... (more)
Breaking up is hard to do. Shortly after returning from her morning trip to Conway, CN 7470 and her crew break her photo freight consist into several sections to facilitate storage in the y... (more)
Westbound out of Conway. After loading logs, stone and boxed goods, Conway Scenic Railroad's Canadian National 0-6-0 departs the Conway Yard with a branch line freight, bound for North Conw... (more)
Branch line freight at Conway. Conway Scenic Railroad's beefy Canadian National 0-6-0 works to assemble a demonstration branch line freight train in the yard at Conway, NH during the railro... (more)
It's pretty obvious why Pan Am's Hillsboro Branch is dubbed the "Derailment Branch". Pan Am train NA-1 slowly creeps along at 5 mph in Milford, NH. Once the train finally gets to the cro... (more)