Our station in the center of North Conway Village has been a regional landmark since its completion in 1874.  In the late 19th Century, the railroad was an integral part of the rise of tourism in the White Mountains.

Our Mission Statement:
To actively and safely preserve New Hampshire railroad history through live operations for all to enjoy.

If you’re interested in a few brief glimpses into the fascinating history of this railroad and this region, the following links will be of interest:

A Brief History of our Station

The History of Conway Scenic Railroad, Inc.

The Building of Frankenstein Trestle in Crawford Notch

1927 Locomotive Explosion

The Crawford House

Hattie Evans

Snow Trains