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The Conway Scenic Railroad Trip Part 3 6/23/2015



by Chris Guenzler

The train pulled into Crawford Notch.





We all detrained for an hour.





The lake at Crawford Notch.





The rear of the train at Crawford Notch.





Crawford Notch. Now the engine will run around the train.







First the engine went down the siding to the east switch at Crawford Notch.





The train at Crawford Notch during the layover.





The Conway Scenic Railroad railroad emblem on the metal drumhead sheet.







The engine returned to the head of our train.





The train is now ready to head back to North Conway.







Views of the Crawford Notch Station.





The train at Crawford Notch with the P92 milepost sign.





Crawford spelled out with plants.





As I reboarded the train another view of the ever-changing weather patterns here at Crawford Notch.





The clouds made for an interesting picture along the Hudson River.





The departed Crawford Notch and headed back to North Conway.





The clouds and the Crawford Notch lake.





The emblem on the nose of the Conway Scenic Railroad GP-38 pulling our train.





The train is leaving the Crawford Notch lake behind.





The Elephant Rock at Crawford Notch.





The train ran through the Crawford Notch.





The train started the descent down Crawford Notch.





The clouds were still hanging.





The beautiful waterfalls can be seen from the Conway Scenic Railroad Notch Train.





US Highway 303 drops down a steeper grade than the railroad.





The lone tree and the straight Crawford Notch Trestle.





The highway is far below and the clouds are still hanging.





View of the train descending the grade.





About to cross the straight Crawford Notch Trestle.





The 1887 Mt Willard Section House memorial.







The train crossed the straight Crawford Notch Trestle.





A look back at our train.







The train is crossing the Frankenstein Trestle. I went back into the coach and rode there for a few miles before I returned to the covered open air car on the train.





A Maine Central outside braced box car 30359.





Portland Terminal Company wedge snowplow 68.





The train stopped at Bartlett to wait for the Conway Scenic Railroad Valley Train to arrive here.







The Conway Scenic Railroad Valley Train pulled into Bartlett and we left town.





The Glen Maine Central station. I sat back down and enjoyed the rest of the trip back to North Conway.





The train had returned us to North Conway. A special thank you to the Conway Scenic Railroad for having us today on their Crawford Notch Train.

After we detrained, we would take pictures of what we did not before the trip.





Conway Scenic Railroad GP-38 252.





Boston & Maine F7A 4268.





Maine Central box car 4952.





Conway Scenic Railroad Coach 203.





GATX tank car 86254.





Conway Scenic Railroad Coach 1058.





Conway Scenic Railroad Coach Mt Willard 6745.





Conway Scenic Railroad Coach Mt Willey 6743.





Conway Scenic Railroad caboose 75955.





Bangor & Aroostook box car 7765.





Bangor & Aroostook box car State of Maine Products 2573.





Conway Scenic Railroad hopper car 3810.





Conway Scenic Railroad Coach Hurricane Mountain 3202.





Maine Central caboose 1134.





Boston & Maine wooden caboose 104381.





Central of Vermont Railroad caboose 4011.





Grand Trunk Railroad caboose 75853.





Grand Trunk Railroad caboose 75953.





Central Vermont caboose 4233



Conway Scenic Railroad caboose 75955.





Unknown wooden caboose.





Maine Central caboose 621.





Unknown wooden caboose.





The North Conway Freighthouse.





We were now trying to leave North Conway but got stopped by a train.





Conway Scenic Railroad GP-9 573. We then drove south to Conway.





The Conway Boston & Maine statiion. We next headed south to Madison and our next stop of the trip.



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