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Upcoming TRAIN Excursions
Saturday, January 4, 2014:
‘Steam in the Snow'
on the Conway Scenic Railroad
(Boston) -- North Conway, NH -- Notchland & Return
There's just something about crisp winter air that makes a steam locomotive look great! Save the date for Mass Bay RRE's seventh annual steam-powered photographers' special excursion on the Conway Scenic Railroad. This could be your last chance for a while, as 7470 comes due for her 15-year boiler inspection in July of 2014.
This 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). As usual, we'll have the engine “pointed southward” throughout the trip for great photos in the mid-day light.
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GRANITE RAILWAY Quarry-to-Wharf Tours
For over 25 years Mass Bay RRE has offered a unique opportunity to explore the remnants of the Granite Railway – the first chartered U.S. commercial railroad (1826), in West Quincy and East Milton, MA. The 3½-hour van tours have visited the preserved Bunker Hill Ledge terminal; the 1830 double-track incline; parts of the abandoned right-of-way; several quarries with spectacular views; the stone Neponset River wharf; some buildings associated with railroads and quarrying; and more!
Regularly-scheduled tours will be on hiatus for 2013, but organized groups may arrange private tours by contacting tour leader Vic Campbell at 617-822-4046
OTHER MASS BAY RRE EVENTS
Historical Information From Mass Bay RRE Excursions
Mass Bay RRE publishes a "Historical Brochure and Route Description" booklet for each of our rail excursions. Each booklet contains extensive information on the history and points of interest of the routes traveled. To obtain a list of brochures from past trips that are available for purchase, Click Here . The list is in reverse chronological order and lists the trip title or train name, the terminal points for the trip, and the purchase price for each brochure. Details on how to order brochures are also contained on the list.
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