Under somewhat hazy conditions for this time of year, a cog railway diesel train heads back down the side of Mount Washington on an otherwise clear and cool Fall afternoon. The winds on top were a... (more)
Upon arrival at the summit of Mount Washington, we were quite literally 'in the clouds'. Seen here, the welcome sign for the park is easily visible, while just 50 feet behind, 'Ammonoosuc' #2 is b... (more)
The second section of the 12:30 train nears the summit while a hiker pauses along the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The beautiful sunny weather with temperatures in the 80s made the mountain ... (more)
Just after departing the summit for the step trip down the mountain, The cog's M-4 is seen with the first section of the 11:30 train. Here the tracks pass the top of the famed Mount Washington Aut... (more)
Two of the Mount Washington Cog Railway's bio diesel locomotives can be seen ascending the the mountain just before reaching the summit. A third locomotive and car is just out of view. Due to the ... (more)
The summit of Mount Washington sits 6288' above sea level and is the highest peak in the Northeastern United States. On April 12th, 1934 the highest winds ever recorded in the on the face of the E... (more)
End of the line. The 'Waumbek' steam engine, the last one still in use on the Mount Washington Cog Railway is at the top of Mount Washington and tied down while the passengers enjoy the phe... (more)
The cog locomotive steams as it ascends the final grade to the station at the summit of Mount Washington.