RailPictures.Net Photo: MWRC 6 Mount Washington Cog Railway Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog at Mt. Washington, New Hampshire by Kevin Madore
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» Mount Washington Cog Railway (more..)
» Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog (more..)
» Marshfield Station 
» Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, USA (more..)
» October 12, 2008
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» MWRC 6 (more..)
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» Kevin Madore (more..)
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MWRC #6 "Kancamagus" is typical of the locomotives at Mt. Washington. Built in 1874, she has a sharply tilted boiler to maintain even water distribution on the mountain. Although she's called an 0-2-2-0, she really has no conventional drivers. The 4 wheels you see are free floating and serve only to support the weight of the engine on the track. Her 2 pairs of cylinders drive cog wheels under the engine through a gearing mechanism. The cog wheels mesh with the center cog rack on the track to provide the necessary traction. One other thing...she has no couplers. She pushes her coach with a rubber bumper. The only physical connections are an emergency signal cord and a steam hose for heat in the winter.
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A look at the last days of regular steam on the Mt. Washington Cog Railway, as well as a peek at current steam operations.
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