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Conway Scenic Railroad
The Conway Scenic Railroad is a heritage railroad in North Conway, New Hampshire. The railroad offers scenic train rides through the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The train travels on a historic route that was built in the late 1800s and used for both passenger and freight service. Today, the Conway Scenic Railroad offers a variety of train rides, including a one-hour Valley Train ride, a two-hour Notch Train trip, and a special dinner train. Throughout the year, the railroad has special events and themed train rides, such as a fall foliage train and a Santa Express train. The Conway Scenic Railroad is a popular tourist spot in New Hampshire and a great way to see the beautiful White Mountains.
The Conway Scenic Railroad runs a fleet of historic and vintage trains, including steam and diesel locomotives. The train’s knowledgeable conductors and tour guides talk about the history and places of interest along the route. The valley train is a one-hour train ride that goes through the Saco River Valley and the Conway village. The Notch Train is a two-hour round trip that climbs through Crawford Notch and passes by the famous Crawford Depot.
38 Norcross Cir
North Conway, NH 03860
Fall Foliage Train Ride
The Conway Scenic Railroad’s Fall Foliage train ride is a popular thing to do in the fall. The train ride takes people through the beautiful White Mountains in New Hampshire, where they can see the fall foliage in all its colorful glory. The train ride usually runs on weekends and starts at North Conway station. It goes through the Saco River Valley and the Conway village.
The trip is a great way to see the beautiful reds, yellows, oranges, and browns of the trees in the White Mountains in autumn. A knowledgeable guide usually goes with the train and talks about the area’s history and interesting places along the way. Some rides have live music, hot drinks, and snacks as well. The Fall Foliage train ride is a great way to see New Hampshire’s beautiful nature in the fall.
Take a peaceful train ride to Attitash through a snowy landscape. At the Attitash whistle stop, passengers can hop off to go skiing and head back on a later train.
The Mountaineer train is made up of streamlined passenger cars from the 1950s to make it feel like a Transcontinental streamlined train after World War II.
Sawyer River Excursion
This heritage rail trip will take you back in time! This historic rail route is fun to ride in old passenger cars from the Conway train station in North Conway Village, which opened in 1874, to Sawyer River and back.
Conway Valley Train
This Heritage Rail Excursion will take you back in time!