RailPictures.Net Photo: MWRC 9 Mount Washington Cog Railway Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog at Mount Washington, New Hampshire by Steve Patterson
 
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» Mount Washington Cog Railway (more..)
» Steam 0-2-2-0 Cog (more..)
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» Mount Washington, New Hampshire, USA (more..)
» October 03, 2012
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» MWRC 9 (more..)
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» Steve Patterson (more..)
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Only the first run of the day (8:30 a.m.) up to the 6288-ft. summit of Mount Washington, N.H. is steam powered on the cog railway. All others have new state-of-art John Deere biodiesels. No. 9, named "Waubek," eases its train back down to Base station on a rainy Oct. 3, 2012. The railway has been in operation ever since the year of golden spike at Promontory Summit, Utah -- 1869, and as one can observe in all the trestle work, it is constant maintenance.
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