NHN 2 GP38-2s sandwhich recently repainted GP18 #1801 as they head south.
Hauling ten cars loaded with stone from the quarry in So. Lyndeborough, Milford-Bennington 901 crosses the Souhegan River.
Hauling ten cars loaded with stone from the quarry in So. Lyndeborough, Milford-Bennington 901 blows for the crossing on NH-31.
A Mount Washington Cog Railway train descends from the summit of Mount Washington with biodiesel locomotive, M-2 "Algonquin" providing the power for the trip down the mountain. The Atti... (more)
The Burning of Rome.... The crew of MWRC #9 "Waumbek" does the honors, performing the hourly re-enactment of the Burning of Rome, as they take the 2PM Labor Day excursion up Cold ... (more)
It all starts here..... There are plenty of photos of the summit terminus of the Mt. Washington Railway, but not so many of the very bottom of the line. All train operations start here...... (more)
That which goes up, must come down. The wafting smoke plume and the jets of steam from the cylinder cocks are the tell-tale signs that MWRC #9 and her yellow super-coach are on the descent ... (more)
Meeting on the Mountain. After dealing with a minor derailment at Skyline Switch, MWRC #9 and her orange coach are safely in the hole, allowing MWRC #2 and her 11AM Train to proceed to the ... (more)
The Boston and Maine had fifty GP9‘s, purchased in 1957 to replace the B&M’s FT’s. Here one of them switches at Groveton, New Hampshire.
Trouble at Skyline. The crews of two Mt. Washington Railway trains scramble into action to clear a minor derailment at Skyline Switch that has the entire line blocked. The 10AM Train, wit... (more)
A show of defiance at 4,725 ft. MSL. It is June 13th of 2009 and my colleague Dennis Livesey and I are on "The Rockpile".....New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Dennis and I are there to rec... (more)
Steamscape: The Mount Washington Valley.With the vast landscape of the Mt. Washington Valley as a back-drop, MWRC #9 "Waumbek" slowly claws her way up the steep grade at Long Tre... (more)
Four steam-powered trains are visible on the Mount Washington Cog Railway on a crystal-clear September day. The nearest one is passing Halfway House on its climb, while another has just cleared Wa... (more)
Pan Am OCS westbound thorugh Kingman Farm
NOW ON DISPLAY at the primary entrance to the Mount Washington Cog Railway is steam locomotive no. 10. The locomotive was built by the railway's own shop in 1972 and has been cosmetically ... (more)