These photos were sent in by MM. He writes: "I took these shots last spring in the lobby restroom of the North Conway, NH railroad station. The station used to be a stop on the old Boston and Maine Railroad but now it serves as the terminal for refurbished railway cars for the North Conway Scenic Railroad heritage railway. The station is very ornate and old-timey and attracts families, lovebirds and rail enthusiasts alike. We went in the spring but I can imagine it's very popular in the fall foliage season."
According to Wikipedia: "The railroad operates excursions of varying duration under two banners - the “Valley Train” which runs either south to Conway (55 minute round trip) or north to Bartlett (1¾ hour round trip), and the “Notch Train” covering the line through Crawford Notch. The Valley Train excursions include the dining car Chocorua, the open-deck Pullman observation car Gertrude Emma, an open-air car, and several heavyweight coaches. The Notch Train service is typically a 5 hour round trip to Crawford Depot (located at the height of land in Crawford Notch), but is extended to 5½ hours during the fall foliage season when the train travels all the way to Fabyan Station, located near Bretton Woods in the town of Carroll."