Posted by Photoshooter09 on May 13, 2014 
Michael, is the track that you are standing on the same one that connects to the Conway Scenic?
Posted by Michael Berry on May 13, 2014 
I believe so but I'm not that familiar with the area.
Posted by Jeff Youst on May 13, 2014 
For a place that has not seen a wheel turn in many years, the shed sure looks to have been very well maintained. The paint and roofing look very fresh.
Posted by David Harris on May 13, 2014 
Sad shot of a great place. Always thought the New England railroads fought a valiant battle against their changing circumstances.
Posted by Colin Buckowski on May 14, 2014 
This area is some of my favorite in railroad history, i was up a few years ago at the conway scenic and did a lot of poking around in this area, the scenery is gorgeous.
Posted by Sport! on May 14, 2014 
Cool subject!
Posted by jdayrail on May 14, 2014 
At least the tracks are still in place, and maybe there is still hope. When I worked for Guilford out of Waterville, Maine, my supervisor was an old timer who had worked on the Mountain Division and lived in bunkhouse railcars in the middle of nowhere. Things sure have changed.
Posted by Jeff House on May 14, 2014 
Where the term Highball came from. It's a shame that the other ball has been damaged or stolen. Nice picture.
Posted by Derek Stewart on May 14, 2014 
A sad but great shot.
Posted by Jeff Sell on May 14, 2014 
It's amazing that a signal system such as this is still in service. Very interesting and thanks for sharing!
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