Conway Scenic Railroad's 'Mountaineer' departing Fabyans Station in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire on the return leg of its 58-mile round-trip excursion through the White Mountains via Crawford Notc... (more)
Locomotive #9, named Waumbek, starts its ascent of Mt. Washington, crossing the Amonoosuc river bridge. In the fall of 2017, this bridge was washed out in a storm and has been replaced with a stee... (more)
Steam at Crawford's Notch. The cell phones come out among the hikers and other visitors to Crawford Notch State Park, as CN 7470 brings Conway Scenic's Notch Train into Crawford's Notch Sta... (more)
Ammonoosuc starts pushing the single coach train up the COG railway to the summit of Mt.Washington
Locomotive #2, Ammonoosuc, is descending off of Jacob's Ladder. The locomotive slows its descent by compressing air in its cylinders. The coach is independently controlled by the brakeman, seen ... (more)
Cog Railway locomotive #2, Ammonoosuc is in the final stages of an overhaul. Soon it will back climbing the steepest grade in the US as it has for the past 143 years.
The repaint also sees it ... (more)
Several B20 diesels slowly plod up the Mountain on their way to the top. While foggy at the base, the view from the top of Mount Washington would prove to be one of the nicest of the year.
The trip up to the top of Mount Washington on the Cog Railway is not for those afraid of heights. The scenery and size of the landscape can make one feel quite small as well. This is one of the fe... (more)
A B20 diesel and the Steam Engine Knacamagus head down from Mount Washington as more passenger head up. This is one of the few passing loops on the single track line that goes up to the top.
After a thirty minute journey, tourists are treated to a spectacular view atop Mount Washington which would prove to be one of the nicest of the year.
Snow is in the air as Mount Washington Cog Railway No. 2 begins its slow ascent to the summit.
"Ammonoosuc" starts the journey up Mount Washington on a cool October morning in New Hampshire.
Just seconds before pulling into Fabyan Station for the run-around for the return trip, Notch Train 163 crosses the Ammonoosuc River. The train was sold out today as the New Hampshire foliage is a... (more)
A different prospective for the cog railway, as few more passengers get on board for the return trip to base. An awesome day to visit summit (also it was "rail fan" day) with temps in 5... (more)
Four of the Mountain Washington Cog Railway trains are seein climbing and descending Mt. Washington, NH. Count all four of them on the mountain - from base to summit: M-1 "Wajo Nanatassis&qu... (more)