The 1906 built 400 foot Willey Brook Bridge, which spans the gap between Mounts Willey and Willard is one of the most famous spots along the Conway Scenic's line on the old Maine Central Mountain ... (more)
The "Notch Extra" crosses the Willey Brook Bridge on the way back from Whitefield during Railfan Weekend 2018.
The "Notch Extra" stops in Whitefield to let passengers take photos and look around. It is very rare for Conway Scenic to run trains this far. The special trip was part of the 2018 Railf... (more)
Just after dropping the New Hampshire Central pilot off, the "Notch Extra" accelerates out of Hazens back toward Crawford to begin the descent through the Notch to North Conway.
While the rest of the photographers including myself were across the tracks on the rockface getting the obligatory shot of Willey Brook Bridge, my girlfriend snapped this photo with her iPhone. I... (more)
The "Notch Extra" arrives in Whitefield at the former Boston and Maine/Maine Central diamond. The track that the train is seen on is the former Boston & Maine Wells River-Berlin branch. ... (more)
Boston & Maine 4266 leads the Notch Extra into Whitefield on home rails as the consist crosses the diamond and passes the ball signal at Whitefield Junction. The track that the train is seen on is... (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)
Shortly after departing Crawford Notch, Conway Scenic's Notch Train crosses the Willey Brook Trestle in the White Mountain Valley as flurries fly within the area.
The Conductor of the Notch Extra backs the train up after performing a photo run by for the throngs of photographers that Railfan Weekend 2010 attracted.
The gateway is one of the most recognized areas on the entire Mountain Subdivision. As the train gets to the summit of Crawford Notch it passes through a steep cut of granite before the area opens... (more)