Woodstock Lumber Company #5. Hidden away in the engine shed at Clark's Trading Post for all but about 2 days each year, is New Hampshire's only Shay Locomotive. This little 50-ton, 2-Truck... (more)
East Branch & Lincoln. Operating just a scant couple of miles from where she spent her long working career, the former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5 chugs her way upgrade on the White Mo... (more)
Crossing the Pemigewasset. White Mountain Central Baldwin #5 emerges from the Howe Truss Covered Bridge spanning the Pemigewasset River with the 1:30 PM "Railroad Days" passenger ... (more)
A couple of unique pieces of history. The White Mountain Central Railroad's 1929 REO Railbus emerges from the line's Howe Truss Covered Bridge with an afternoon excursion during the 2014 &q... (more)
Queen of the fleet. The regular power on the White Mountain Central Railroad's hourly passenger trains is a rare 50-ton Climax Locomotive, seen here just after entry into "Wolfman Terr... (more)
A pint-size Porter. White Mountain Central's tiny Porter #1 kicks off the 2014 celebration of "Railroad Days", leading the early morning parade of trains up the mile and a half mountain rai... (more)
Steam Power: The unique cylinders and drive shaft of the Climax, doing what they were built to do.
Nestled in the White Mountains of New Hampshire lies a little theme park named Clark's Trading Post. Clark's is also home to the White Mountain Central Railroad, a 2 and-a-half mile railroad feat... (more)
White Mountain Central Railroad's pocket sized 0-4-0 performs some switching maneuvers logging style - with a push bar attached to the front coupler of the locomotive. Number 1 only runs once a ye... (more)
White Mountain Central Railroad's rare 2-4-2 (one of only a handful of this wheel arrangement operating today) performs some late afternoon switching moves in the style of old log trains with a wo... (more)
White Mountain Central Railroad's vintage REO Speedwagon rail bus rounds a curve as if heads back to Clark's Trading Post during the annual Railroad Weekend.
Former East Branch & Lincoln #5 sits at Clark's Trading Post on a summer evening.
In the 1950s, the owners of Clark's Trading Post built a short rail line on their property in North Woodstock, NH and began rescuing steam locomotives from the scrap heap. Over the years, their W... (more)
One of the hidden gems in the collection of the White Mountain Central Railroad is this rare, standard gauge railbus. Originally built by the REO Motorcar Company in 1929 as a city bus, s... (more)
This odd beast was created from an REO Speedwagon bus. I believe its ancestry traces back to the Maine Central, but I'm not certain. The bell on the front is a nice touch!