Gasoline Loco #2 Gas-Mechanical locomotive #2 was made at the Vulcan Iron Works of Wilkes-Barre, PA.
It was probably originally powered with a Ford “Model T” automobile motor ... (more)
Number 5 is a Baldwin 2-4-2T 1906 built steam locomotive that was used for several decades as a logging engine in the mountains of New Hampshire. In the 1950's the Clark brothers began to rescue s... (more)
I'll Call This a Trainbow - After the last train ride of the day a seasonal worker, sporting a Ben & Jerry's tie-dye shirt, washes down this finely kept Climax 6 steam locomotive.
On display at Clark's Trading Post in North Woodstock, NH. Info borrowed from Clark's website.
"This Shay was built by Lima Locomotive Works at Lima Ohio in Dec 1917 as builder no. 2958. I... (more)
Logs coming off the hill. In a scene that was likely a daily occurrence a century ago, the former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5 brings a couple of loads of timber off the mountain, backi... (more)
The wood-line. Of the three major types of fuel used by steam locomotives, wood is probably the most time-consuming to load. Unlike coal and oil, which can be poured into a tender from ded... (more)
TLC for Baldwin #5. During a break between runs, Engineer Al spends a few minutes oiling around on the 1906 vintage, East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5. In this shot, he's oiling and making... (more)
Woodstock Lumber Company Shay #5. Completing Clark's collection of the major geared engine types is this little 2-Truck Shay, seen coming off the WMCRR's Howe Truss Covered Bridge....with a... (more)
Riding the Clark's Triple-Header. As seen from the first car, here's what the power line-up looks like, as it pushes the train up the grade through "Wolfman Territory." Stepping ... (more)
An EB&L Log Train on home rails. The former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5 looks right at home in the woods with a string of loaded log bunks.....and well it should. The railroad at Clar... (more)
REO Speed Wagon! The White Mountain Central Railroad's 1929 REO Railbus speeds toward the yard at Clark's Trading Post with a special excursion during the 2018, 60th Anniversary Railroad Da... (more)
A most unusual sight! Normally, the tourist trains at Clark's are pushed up the hill by the line's Climax Locomotive, with the power always on the downhill side of the train. Here, we see ... (more)
Heading for Wolfman Territory! A special double-headed version of the White Mountain Central Railroad's tourist train crosses the Pemigewasset River and prepares to head up the hill into "W... (more)
Ah, fresh timber! The former East Branch & Lincoln Baldwin #5 delivers a couple of loads of fresh timber to the engine shop siding at the White Mountain Central Railroad. Lots of photo ch... (more)
Heisler, Climax and Shay. Here's another "just because we can" run-by at the White Mountain Central, featuring one example of all three major geared steam locomotive types. On the point o... (more)