The Conway Scenic Railroad and North Conway New Hampshire
WE take a lunch ride in the dining car on the Conway Scenic Railroad in North Conway New Hampshire.
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CONWAY SCENIC RAILROAD NOTCH TRAIN (4K) - New Hampshire Fall Foliage Train Ride | North Conway
The Conway Scenic Railroad is a great option to see New Hampshire's fall foliage. This scenic train ride in New Hampshire takes you up the peaks of the White Mountain range, through deep valleys and over streams, in a 5.5 hour two-way ride. The Conway Scenic Railroad begins at the station at North Conway and heads on to Crawford Notch where it docks at the Saco Lake for a short while before returning to base. It's a relaxing train ride, enjoyed by all ages, with entertaining narration and fantastic views.
If you want to travel and explore New Hampshire but are short on time, booking the notch train on the Conway Scenic Railroad will give you glimpses of this New England countryside in its most welcoming fall colors.
Other scenic train rides in New Hampshire include the Cog Railway which takes you all the way up to Mount Washington.
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The Conway Scenic Railroad's JTTNP Excursion 12/23/19
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Conway Scenic Railroad Tour, North Conway,NH 07/04/1991
A Forth of July ride from North Conway to Conway,NH and return, a look at the station and rolling stock collection and a runby. Train pulled by CSRR #1055 Alco S-4. Very nice collection of locomotives and rolling stock. Video by Craig Sturgeon. If you like our stuff, Please comment and/or subscribe!
Conway Scenic's Valley Trains, 6-3-19
Hidden away in the Mount Washington Valley and operating out of North Conway, the Conway Scenic Railroad's valley trains snakes their way to Bartlett and Conway through forests and over rivers.
Pictured here, beginning from Bartlett, the valley train makes it's way east to North Conway, and south to Conway before a northbound return trip. Due to traffic, some of my shots were quickened and some shots were missed altogether. This would also be a test run of a new tripod which I still need to familiarize myself with, anyways, hope you enjoy what I captured!
Railfanning the Conway Scenic Railroad in Conway, New Hampshire 7/31/19
On the 7th of June 2019, I gave a visit to the Conway Scenic Railway in North Conway, New Hampshire. A handful of clips following switching and trains leaving North Conway Yard. I hope you guys like the video! :)
A big thank you to my parents' friends for taking me up here and getting a ride on the Rhonda Lee Car. Thanks again! :)
7 czerwca 2019 roku odwiedziłem Conway Scenic Railway w North Conway, New Hampshire. Garść klipów manewrów i pociągach opuszczających North Conway Yard. Mam nadzieję, że spodoba wam się film! :)
Ogromne podziękowania dla przyjaciół moich rodziców za zabranie mnie tutaj i przejażdżkę wagonem Rhonda Lee. Dzięki jeszcze raz! :)
A teraz trochę historii:
Conway Scenic Railroad (znak zgłoszenia CSRX) to kolej zabytkowa w North Conway, New Hampshire, Stany Zjednoczone, której właścicielem i operatorem jest Profile Mountain Holdings Corp. Linia kolejowa obsługuje dwie historyczne trasy kolejowe: linia z North Conway do Conway, który dawniej był częścią Oddziału Conway w Bostonie & Maine Railroad, oraz linią z North Conway przez Crawford Notch do Fabyan, która była kiedyś częścią Dywizji Górskiej (Mountain Division) Głównej Kolei Maine (Maine Central). Linia Conway jest własnością Conway Scenic, a Dywizja Górska jest własnością State of New Hampshire. Główny terminal kolei znajduje się w historycznym centrum North Conway w dolinie Mount Washington. Kompleks stacji jest notowany w Krajowym Rejestrze miejsc o znaczeniu historycznym od 1979 roku.
7470 Grand Trunk Railway Point St. Charles Shops Steam, 0-6-0, CN O-18-a 1921 Operational
573 EMD GP7 1950 Operational (Ex-Maine Central)
4266 EMD F7A 1949 Operational (Boston & Maine)
23 Budd Company RDC-1 1952 Operational
252 EMD GP38 1966 Operational (Ex-Pan Am Railways, Maine Central)
216 EMD GP35 1965 Operational (High Hood Ex- Pan Am Railways, Norfolk Southern, Southern Railways)
1751 EMD GP9 1956 Operational (Ex- Finger Lakes Railway)
Tak z ciekawości napisze :)
CSRX GP35 #252 (Ex- Pan Am, Guilford, Maine Central):
Zakupiony w handlu od Pan Am Railways w marcu 2010 roku. Była we flocie w Boston & Maine, nee-Maine Cetral, 252 była wiodącą jednostką, która 3 września 1983 r. Wyjechała ostatnim regularnym pociągiem towarowym przez Crawford Notch. W 1984 r. 252 został również przydzielony do pociągu porządkowego dla Oddziału w Calais, gdy Guilford zamknął linię, co czyniło go ostatnim pociągiem w Oddziale Calais. Pod koniec lat osiemdziesiątych 252 trafiło do magazynu w Iron Horse Park w North Billerica, Massachusetts, do 1995 r., Kiedy to zostało usunięte z powodu zamknięcia szopów naprawczych. Został on następnie odnowiony i oddany do użytku, przypisany do B&M. W grudniu 2009 r. 252 zostało wycofane przez Pan Am Railways. Po handlu w marcu 2010 r., Lok został dostarczony do Conway Scenic 23 czerwca 2010 r., Gdzie stał się regularną mocą pociągu Notch, wraz z 216. W dniu 28 lipca 2010 r., 252 został nazwany „Kurt Ward”, uhonorować mieszkańca Conway i byłego pracownika Conway Scenic (2000), który zginął w wypadku kolejowym w dniu 10 lipca 2010 r. podczas pracy w Pan Am Railways East Deerfield Yard, w Massachusetts.
Top 15. Tourist Attractions in North Conway, New Hampshire
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The most beautiful places and sight in North Conway, New Hampshire.
Top 15. Tourist Attractions in North Conway, New Hampshire: Kancamagus Highway, Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center, Cathedral Ledge, Diana's Baths, Cranmore Mountain Resort, Conway Scenic Railroad, Settlers Green, Kahuna Laguna, Northern Extremes, MWV Children's Museum, North Conway Model Railroad Club, Black Cap Hiking Trail, L.L. Bean Factory Store, White Horse Ledge, Schouler Park
Conway Scenic Railway 573 North Conway, NH
Once upon a time... in the land called New Hampshire, lie my aunt and uncle. They live in a very beautiful state (compared to Illinois? psh!) and so, my family went for a visit. My grandpa and grandma, sisters, and mother, and I of course, all drove through the White Mountains, where we stumbled on the little town of North Conway. I, loving trains, saw the station and went off on an expedition. After a while, we returned to North Conway and, in the old freight house, I found a model railroad. It was running trains and was really neat. We had a great time. I had no clue someone had even filmed the run around but my uncle did. He rocks!!
Conway Scenic Railroad -- Yard Action at North Conway, NH
While visiting New Hampshire over the summer, we rode the Conway Scenic Railroad's Notch Train. This was a 5 hour trip up through Crawford's Notch and saw Mount Webster, Mount Washington and many more. The Notch Train is the train with engine no. 216 and the Valley Train is the train with locomotive no. 1751.
Engine 216 is and EMD GP35 and packs 2,500 horsepower, plenty to pull our 5 car train through the notch. on the other hand, engine 1751 is an EMD GP9 and was acquired by the CSRR with a unique trade between the Finger Lakes Railway (near me!) and the CSRR. This locomotive packs 1,750 horsepower, enough for that train!
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Conway Scenic Railroad 6/16/15
June 16th 2015 was the first day of the Notch Train for the 2015 season. We chase the Notch Train as well as several others operating out of North Conway New Hampshire. Even though the weather turned a little rough we still enjoyed our visit and can't wait to return. Filmed June 16th 2015.
Conway Scenic Railroad Train arriving in Conway New Hampshire
Conway Scenic Railroad Train arriving in Conway New Hampshire
A busy morning at North Conway NH (3/3)
Tuesday August 6th 2013 finds the Conway Scenic Railroad busy at work in North Conway NH. After loading it's passengers Train #10 departs south headed for Conway NH, followed closely by Train # 163 backing out of the yard and onto the station track before departing for Crawford Notch NH.
North Conway Village Downtown Tour
Come along for a walk in historic and beautiful downtown North Conway NH on an autumn morning.
Conway Scenic Railway Trains in Conway, North Conway, Intervale, and Bartlett, NH
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Ride with the Tracks Ahead team as they explore the beauty of western and central Cuba. Then itâs off to New Hampshire, to ride a portion of the remaining Maine Central Railroad, now the Conway Scenic Railway. Then meet a man whose passion is for model industries, and go to a town that has massive amounts of rail traffic â and helps the rail fans see it all.
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The Monsters ride Conway Scenic Railroad, New Hampshire
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Conway Scenic Railroad
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Conway Scenic Railroad is a heritage railway in North Conway, New Hampshire, United States, owned and operated by Profile Mountain Holdings Corp. The railroad operates over two historic railway routes: a line from North Conway to Conway that was formerly part of the Conway Branch of the Boston and Maine Railroad, and a line from North Conway through Crawford Notch to Fabyan that was once part of the Mountain Division of the Maine Central Railroad. The Conway line is owned by Conway Scenic, and the Mountain Division is owned by the State of New Hampshire.
The railroad's main terminal is located in historic downtown North Conway in the Mount Washington valley. The station complex has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979.
The railroad operates excursions of varying duration under two banners - the Valley Train which runs either south to Conway (55-minute round trip) or west to Bartlett (1¾-hour round trip), and the Notch Train covering the line through Crawford Notch. The Valley Train excursions include the dining car Chocorua. The Notch Train service is typically a 5-hour round trip to Crawford Depot (located at the height of land in Crawford Notch), but is extended to 5½ hours during the fall foliage season when the train travels all the way to Fabyan Station, located near Bretton Woods in the town of Carroll.
North Conway NH Spring 2018 Flyover
DragonFly Nymph does a Mother's Day 2018 flyover of North Conway village.
Railfan's Special to Whitefield, Conway Scenic Railroad Railfan's Weekend, 9-2-18
Conway Scenic's Railfan's Weekend is an incredible mix of railroading, Saturday included Freight Extras, a photo shoot, and various railroadiana, Sunday had one main event, the Whitefield Junction Excursion, also called the Red Ball Special in the previous year of it's operation. Conway Scenic Railroad made some variations to this years running, most notably the power swap of #216 to #4266, as well the double header from North Conway to Fabyan Station, at that point, the train reconfigured itself to the more familiar locomotive at each end from last year (there is no switch to run around at Whitefield, and the photo opportunity basically demanded a locomotive to be at the tail end of the consist).
The Whitefield Excursion brought passengers and railfans out to Whitefield Junction, where the original last ball signal still in it's original location resides. Years of abandonment has taken it's visible toll on the Junction, while the line remained open to various carriers following it's abandonment by Guilford Transportation (currently Pan Am Railways) in 1983. When Guilford took over the Maine Central and Boston and Maine, the majority of the Mountain Division (the vast majority of the western section of the route) was abandoned as its lack of local customers meant that Whitefield was only useful as an interchange with other railroads besides the Boston and Maine, GTI determined it easier to provide an interchange with the Canadian Pacific in Mattawamkeag, Maine, skipping over the rigorous grades of Crawford Notch. Currently the trackage over the Whitefield Diamond is operated by the shortline New Hampshire Central, as well as occasional use by Conway Scenic, the ball signal has been restored, with the only mainline of the two in use being the old Boston and Maine Berlin Branch. The Maine Central Mountain Sub Division leading to St. Johnsbury, Vermont has been abandoned, with the condition of the line varying from remarkable condition to paved over at crossings and partially removed.
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Conway Scenic Railroad Train Arrives into North Conway, NH
I went to the Pedestrian crossing at the railroad depot to get a train arriving from Conway, NH. It was raining, so that wasn't very much fun yet still a good video!
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