A notch train bound for Crawford Notch crosses the Fourth Iron Trestle over the Sawyer River, with the GP38-2 leading long-hood forward up the grade
A look at the lineup at the North Conway depot on a late summer morning. 252 will be bringing a railfan special up to Whitefield with 4266 in less than an hour. Ex- NYNH&H RDC-1 23 and NHCR 44-ton... (more)
Conway Scenic 252 rolls over the East Branch of the Saco River at Woodland Pines. The former Maine Central engine is in charge of the Notch Train today, and is almost home after a long day traveli... (more)
A Jeep Cherokee sits in a dirt parking lot in Whitefield. Photo-bombing the Jeep is Conway Scenic 252 with a special charter out of North Conway. The train is rolling back on to Conway Scenic-owne... (more)
Conway Scenic 252 proudly stands next to the famous ball signal where the Maine Central RR and Boston & Maine RR once intersected. 252 is a GP38 built for the Maine Central RR in 1966. Even though... (more)
Conway Scenic 252, a former Maine Central GP38, leads a special over the impressive Willey Brook Bridge in Hart's Location, NH. The special is returning to North Conway after making the slow and l... (more)
The "Notch Extra" crosses the Willey Brook Bridge on the way back from Whitefield during Railfan Weekend 2018.
Conway Scenic 252 and RDC 23 sit in the yard before the Sunday on Railfan Weekend 2018.
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)
The first passenger train to the diamond in Whitefield in 25 years gets the highball with 252 on the point.
Don't adjust your screen, this is not an HO model. Conway Scenic Railway's Notch Train is seen on the approach to the Crawford's Notch station with CSRX GP38 252 leading the train in long-hood fo... (more)
The Conway Scenic 'Notch Train' on July 12 is seen getting ready to depart the Crawford Notch depot with former Maine Central GP38 252 looking right at home as Conway Scenic's #252.
Top Ten of 2017. With 2017 in the books, here's a look back at my Top 10 favorite shots from the past year.9. Labor Day weekend 2017 was spent in the White Mountains of Ne... (more)