RailPictures.Net Photo: HOBO 959 Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Alco S1 at Weirs Beach, New Hampshire by John Sesonske
 
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Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad (more..)
Alco S1 (more..)
Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad mainline just north of Weirs Beach (more..)
Weirs Beach, New Hampshire, USA (more..)
July, 1995
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HOBO 959 (more..)
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John Sesonske (more..)
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The Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad tourist train from Meredith to Lakeport is running NB along the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee just north of the station stop at Weirs Beach. This is the former B&M secondary from Concord, NH to Wells River, VT which became the B&M'S Lincoln Branch. This tourist line still runs in 2008. The Alco S1 is the former MEC 959 and was used on the North Stratford RR prior to coming to the Hobo Railroad.
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