Conway Scenic Railroad is a tourist line based out of North Conway, NH.  It's route has two parts: Conway to Intervale was the Conway Branch of the Boston & Maine, and Intervale to Fabyans was part of the Maine Central's Mountain Division (it owns the track all the way to Whitefield, NH, but very rarely uses that section).  The Conway Branch was originally built by the Portsmouth, Great Falls & Conway RR in 1873; the B&M discontinued service on the line in 1972.  The CSRR's section of the Mountain Division was opened to Bartlett, NH in 1873 by the Portland & Ogdensburg RR, and was completed through Crawford Notch two years later.  Freight service was discontinued in 1983.  Conway Scenic began running in 1974 on both lines, with the classic station in North Conway being the hub of operations. 

Operations primarily consist of two different trains: the Valley Train, which alternates between North Conway to Conway and North Conway to Bartlett, and the Notch Train, which operates from North Conway to Crawford Notch. Equipment consists of a mix of heavyweight and streamlined passenger cars of various types, several different diesel locomotives from the mid-20th century, and an RDC