Conway Scenic 1751 (ex-CO GP9) shuffles around the small yard in Carroll, NH. 1751 is running a small work train consisting of a flatcar and a depressed flatcar with an excavator on it.
SP 4449 ( The Daylight ) leads an excursion train from Portland-Bend, Oregon as it climbs the 1.5% grade out of the Gateway.
Conway Scenic 1751 (ex-C&O GP9) shuffles around the small yard at Crawford’s in Carroll, NH. 1751 is running a small work train consisting of a flatcar and a depressed flatcar with an excavator on... (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.
After being out of service for over 4 years for a boiler inspection, Conway Scenic 7470 (ex-CN 0-6-0) is running once again in New Hampshire's White Mountains. To celebrate, Conway Scenic had 7470... (more)
After a 4 year overhaul and mandated inspection 7470 stretches her legs on point of the Notch train. Seen passing through the Gateway cut to stop shortly at Crawford Notch Depot
The White Mountains are known for making their own weather. Down in the valley, the day was rainy but fairly mild with moderate temperatures and no wind. At the summit at Crawford, driving rain, w... (more)
Arkansas and Missouri Alco C420s are almost to the Missouri state line as they roll downgrade into Gateway, AR.
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)