The other day, I accompanied Wayne Duffett of TEC Associates on his annual inspection of the bridges on Conway Scenic’s Conway Branch.
This railroad was built in the early 1870s, by Boston & Maine constituent railroad, the Portsmouth, Great Falls & Conway. The last B&M train operated over the branch in 1972, nearly 50 years ago.
The bridges on the line have long and varied histories.
I made several hundred photographs as Wayne tapped, rapped, poked, measured and visually inspected each and every span.
The Conway Branch has wooden, stone, iron, steel and conctrete bridges.
I learn a lot when scrutinizing a railroad at this level.
All the photos were exposed using my Nikon Z6.
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