The Conway Scenic Valley Train is seen next to the Bartlett Station, about to run around the train for the return to North Conway
Conway Scenic 252 (ex-MEC GP38) and 4266 (ex-B&M F7) lead the Notch Train over Willey Brook in Hart's Location, NH. This was a nail-biter as the sun was quickly descending below the mountain behin... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" travels eastbound on the fabled ex-Maine Central Mountain Division. Seen here rounding a railroad-known spot called Hangman's Curve. in addition ... (more)
Conway Scenic Railroad's "Notch Train" travels eastbound on the fabled ex-Maine Central Mountain Division. The mighty face of Mt. Willard looms in the background as peak autumn foliage ... (more)
The Saturday, September 28 Conway Scenic Valley Train #10, departing at 1030 hrs, is seen crossing the Moat Brook trestle on the approach to the new Densmore Orchards stop in North Conway, NH. CS... (more)
Conway Scenic's Valley Train running over Moat Brook.
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.
The Notch Train returns from Crawford Depot and is minutes away from arrival in North Conway, passing through Intervale.
The Notch Train returns from Crawford Depot and descends the mountain crossing Fourth Iron, in Hart's Location, New Hampshire's smallest town in population.
The afternoon Valley Train to Bartlett arrives in the village as the Notch Train passes and returns to North Conway. Both trains have former Maine Central EMD Geeps on point, and the freight house... (more)
The Conway Scenic Notch Train heads West through Bartlett bound for Crawford Depot at the top of Crawford Notch.
The Notch Train arrives in North Conway to deboard passengers after a 5 1/2 hour trip to Crawford Depot at the top of Crawford Notch. The 1966 GP38 once served Maine Central Railroad and lead the ... (more)
A workhorse of the fleet CSRX 252 is seen parked in the yard with the highball signals and the Freight House both in view.
A rare morning run of the Notch train for PR crosses the Frankenstein Trestle.
A rare morning run of the Notch train for PR. Crosses the Willey Brook Trestle.