The first train of the day and the only train still using steam power on The Cog departments Marshfield Base Station headed for the summit of Mount Washington.
An impressive display is put on by the little engine number 9 on the Mount Washington Cog Railway as it ascends the namesake mountain in New Hampshire on July 12.
The Mount Washington Cog Railway 1430 hrs steam trip begins the climb of 25-37% grades to the top of the namesake mountain. The Cog Railway #9, named the Waumbek, was built in 1908 and named for ... (more)
The Mount Washington Cog Railway 1430 hrs steam trip put on an impressive show as it ascended the mountain and 25-37% grades to the top of the namesake mountain. The Cog Railway #9, named the Wau... (more)
Having reached the end of the operating day, the last bio-diesel powered trains have started up Mount Washington and the Manchester Locomotive Works cog steamer #9, prepares to head slightly upgra... (more)
We're on the summit of Mount Washington, where we see the steam train as it prepares to depart back down the mountain to Marshfield Station. The weather has changed again, and the engine and coac... (more)
The engineer of #9 strikes a pose just before the assult on Mt. Washington.
The #9 Waumbek makes the only steam run of the day to the top of Mt. Washington. The sun glints off the track highlighting the steep climb to the summit.
Steam Lives on the Cog! For the most part, steam has disappeared from the Mt. Washington Cog for 2 exceptions: the early morning excursion and special trips. Today, the MBRRE is taking the ... (more)
Steams last chance on Mt. Washington.
Nigel Day had spent several years making improvements to locomotive #9 of Mt. Washington to make it more efficient. With Nigel at the throttle, this photo... (more)