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.
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!
This Baldwin 2-4-2T was built in 1906 and ran as a logging engine on the East Branch and Lincoln (in NH) until 1969. Today, she has been restored and runs on the White Mountain Central Railroad at... (more)