Conway Scenic Mountaineer crosses Fourth Iron on it's return trip to North Conway. A beautiful late fall day provided optimal lighting as the train crossed the trestle just outside Crawford Notch ... (more)
Although I had intended on shooting the signature shot at Willey Brook Bridge as the forecast called for clouds, I was met with abundant sunshine on my arrival to the White Mountains. After shooti... (more)
Boston and Maine 4266 (F7A) is right at home as it travels southward on Conway Scenic's ex-B&M Conway Branch, crossing over Moat Brook in Conway, NH.
The view from Bugle Cliff brings us Conway Scenic Railroad's "Mountaineer" as they crawl westbound through the Gateway along Maine Central's Mountain Division in spectacular fall Foliage
A sold out train of tourists admire the gorgeous fall foliage throughout Crawford Notch as Conway Scenic Railroads 'Mountaineer' train makes its way across the Willey Brook Bridge, and back toward... (more)
The Westbound "Mountaineer" is seen snaking up the side of Crawford Notch. The train is about to pass The Gateway before arriving at Crawfords Station. They will then continue down to Fa... (more)
The Mountaineer is seen crossing the 1906 built, 400 foot long Willey Brook Bridge that spans the gap between Mount Willard and Mount Willey in Crawford Notch. As the second week of October begins... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's 'Mountaineer' departing Fabyans Station in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire on the return leg of its 58-mile round-trip excursion through the White Mountains via Crawford Notc... (more)
Here is another picture of the first Mountaineer at The Gateway in Crawford Notch, NH.
June 27th, 2020 was the first run of the rebranded Notch Train into "The Mountaineer". This is a scenic passenger train that offers round trips between North Conway and Crawford Notch, N... (more)
The Valley Train to Bartlett is seen at Rogers Crossing, just outside Bartlett Village.
The Valley Train to Bartlett is seen passing through Glen.
The Conway Scenic 11:00 Valley Train is seen arriving in Conway Village. GP7 #573 was built in 1950 for the Maine Central Railroad.
The Conway Scenic 9:30 Valley Train is seen departing Conway village for North Conway. GP7 #573 was built in 1950 for the Maine Central Railroad.
The Conway Scenic 9:30 train is seen headed toward Conway Village crossing Allens Siding Road. The woman in the house to the left also came out to watch the train. Her family has been on the prope... (more)