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White Mountain Central Railroad
A peek at the seldom-seen collection of rod and geared logging locomotives at Clark's Trading Post in Lincoln, NH.
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Photo ID: 547356

A couple of unique pieces of history. The White Mountain Central Railroad's 1929 REO Railbus emerges from the line's Howe Truss Covered Bridge with an afternoon excursion during the 2014 "R... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: REO Railbus
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR B1
Train ID: Railbus Excursion
Photo Date: September 14, 2014


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Added: Sep 21, 2015

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Photo ID: 547021

Queen of the fleet. The regular power on the White Mountain Central Railroad's hourly passenger trains is a rare 50-ton Climax Locomotive, seen here just after entry into "Wolfman Territory... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Climax
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 6
Train ID: 9:30 Passenger Train
Photo Date: September 14, 2014


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Added: Sep 18, 2015

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Photo ID: 546869

A pint-size Porter. White Mountain Central's tiny Porter #1 kicks off the 2014 celebration of "Railroad Days", leading the early morning parade of trains up the mile and a half mountain rai... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-0T
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 1
Train ID: Porter Shuttle Train
Photo Date: September 14, 2014


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Added: Sep 16, 2015

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Photo ID: 298025

In the 1950s, the owners of Clark's Trading Post built a short rail line on their property in North Woodstock, NH and began rescuing steam locomotives from the scrap heap. Over the years, their W... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-4-2T
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 5
Train ID: None
Photo Date: September 19, 2009


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Added: Sep 21, 2009

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Photo ID: 297923

One of the hidden gems in the collection of the White Mountain Central Railroad is this rare, standard gauge railbus. Originally built by the REO Motorcar Company in 1929 as a city bus, s... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: REO Railbus
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR B1
Train ID: None
Photo Date: September 19, 2009


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Added: Sep 20, 2009

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Photo ID: 253014

Weighing in at 49 tons, White Mountain Central's Baldwin #5 is the second most powerful locomotive on the line. She was built in 1901 and spent her whole working life as a logging engine on the ... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-4-2T
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 5
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 20, 2008


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Added: Sep 30, 2008

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Photo ID: 252574

The smallest locomotive on the White Mountain Central Railroad is 24-ton Porter #1. Built in 1930, she spent most of her working life at an industrial plant in Nashua, NH. Retired in 1950s, she... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-0T
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 1
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 20, 2008


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Added: Sep 27, 2008

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Photo ID: 252475

1/15 SEC PAN SHOT of White Mountain Central's 32-ton Heisler #4 as she runs light in the yard. Old Number 4 is seldom seen these days as she is too light for the WMCRR's regular trains. H... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Heisler
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 4
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 20, 2008


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Added: Sep 26, 2008

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Photo ID: 252270

Celebrating 50 years of White Mountain Central Steam, a double-header consisting of Heisler #4 and Climax #6 descends toward the yard with the first train of the day.

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Heisler
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 4
Train ID: 10 AM Train
Photo Date: September 20, 2008


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Added: Sep 24, 2008

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Photo ID: 251979

This rare 1929 Railbus was originally built as a city bus by the REO Motorcar Company and converted for rail-borne operations in 1930 at the shops of the Sandy River and Rangeley Lakes Railroad in... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: REO Railbus
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR B1
Train ID: Special
Photo Date: September 20, 2008


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Added: Sep 22, 2008

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Photo ID: 246843

The face of heritage railroading is rapidly changing as a new generation moves in to carry the torch. Conductor Kara calls the shots on the White Mountain Central's hourly trains. Her regular p... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Climax
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 6
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 09, 2008


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Added: Aug 15, 2008

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Photo ID: 246521

One of the most unique fixtures on any tourist railroad is this Howe-Truss covered bridge at the White Mountain Central. Originally constructed in 1904 in East Montpelier, VT, this bridge was purc... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: None
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: None
Train ID: None
Photo Date: August 09, 2008


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Added: Aug 13, 2008

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Photo ID: 246348

Engineer Russ scans the track for unwary pedestrians as he backs Climax #6 and a 5-car consist to the platform for the first excursion of the day. Astute observers will note that the locomotive'... (more)

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Climax
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 6
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 09, 2008


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Added: Aug 11, 2008

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Photo ID: 246211

1/13 SEC PAN SHOT of White Mountain Central Railroad Climax #6 as she heads north with the hourly excursion train.

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Climax
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 6
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 09, 2008


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Added: Aug 10, 2008

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Photo ID: 246196

White Mountain Central's hourly excursion train enters the Howe-Truss Covered Bridge as it crosses the Pemigewasset River and heads for an encounter with the famous "Wolfman".

Railroad: White Mountain Central Railroad
Locomotive: Steam 2-Truck Climax
Location: Lincoln, New Hampshire, USA
Locomotive #: WMCRR 6
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 09, 2008


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Added: Aug 10, 2008

Views: 2,318
Comments: 0

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