Conway Scenic F7 4266, dressed in Boston and Maine colors, rounds the bend at the middle school in Conway, NH. 4266 is handling the first Valley Train of Railfan's Weekend and will shortly arrive ... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's Valley Train, led by GP7 573 arrives at Bartlett on the former Maine Central's Mountain Division. Here the 573 will cut off and run around the train for the return trip to... (more)
CSRX 216 at left is preparing the Notch Train for Crawford Notch while CSRX 573 at right will soon head long hood forward towards Conway with the Valley Train. For more train photos, click more)
Winter in the Whites: New Hampshire's White Mountains were living up to their name on Dec. 26, 2013, as Conway Scenic Railroad GP9 No. 1751 lead the Valley Train into Barlett Station on its... (more)
In a scene of classic Americana, Conway Scenic's Valley Train with former Canadian National 0-6-0 #7470 passes a football game at the Conway Elementary School field.
The Valley Train climbs the 2 mile straight track at Intervale just before crossing Route 302 at Scenic Vista. The 6,288 foot Mount Washington can be seen in the background covered in snow. This i... (more)
The first Valley Train of the day begins its journey as it departs North Conway Depot and heads southeast for Conway, past an old semaphore in the Conway Scenic Yard.
The Valley train heads for Bartlett Village on New Year's Day with former Maine Central GP7 #573 in charge. This year Conway Scenic ran valley trains every day during school vacation week, a first... (more)
The conductor waits for GP7 #573 to change ends at Bartlett for the return trip to North Conway.
The workhorse on Conway Scenic's Valley Train is #573, an ex Maine Central Geep 7 built in 1950. She is seen here crossing Rte 302 with the afternoon train to Bartlett.
A view of the CSRR's Gertrude Emma Parlor Observation Car