Climax 6, with Russ Page at the throttle, has just exited the covered bridge and is pushing her train upgrade towards the end of the line on a warm day in the scenic White Mountains.
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.
Over The River And Through The Woods, literally. In the attraction's early years, the owners of Clark's Trading Post discovered a Howe Covered Truss bridge in Vermont. After being ... (more)
Logging Lokie. The former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin 2-4-2 #5 sits in front of Clark's Trading Post, a roadside attraction w... (more)