Steam in the Snow Photographer’s Special Train
Limited Number of Coach Seats Available
Mass Bay RRE’s popular STEAM IN THE SNOW steam-powered photographers' special train excursion on the Conway Scenic Railroad returns after a five-year hiatus. The unique event features multiple photo stops and photo runbys starring Conway Scenic's 0-6-0 steam engine 7470 (built by the Grand Trunk Railroad in 1921), now back in service after a multi-year inspection and rehabilitation.
Special Edition Photographer Train
Limited Seating Available!
6 Hour Excursion
The excursion will depart from the Conway Scenic’s landmark North Conway station promptly at 10:30 AM, heading north and west through Bartlett to Notchland. There we’ll reverse direction, with the 7470 leading us back to North Conway. Along the way we’ll make a number of stops, some accessible only by train, so passengers can take photographs and video of the train. Our return to North Conway is scheduled for 4:30 PM, including a staged “second arrival” at the station for photos. We’ll have the engine “pointed southward” throughout the trip for great photos in the mid-day light.
We have a limited number of Coach seats available as train capacity is limited! Previous Steam in the Snow trips have completely sold out, so we urge you to order tickets early. For more seating options and additional information, please visit MBRRE’s website.
Thanks to Dan Houde of Wiseguy photography, Kevin Burkholder, Bob Ness, Debbe Hill, & Bill Willis for the photos! Names listed in order of photo appearance in slideshow.
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