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The Mount Washington Cog Railway

Bretton Woods, NH, USA
About The Mount Washington Cog Railway
Climb to the top of Mount Washington on the world's first mountain-climbing Cog Railway trains!
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great fun, great views on a clear day. Best way to get to the top of the mountains! T!ry to get a seat in the front of the car
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Enjoyed our trip here with family. It was cold up Hugh. It remember to bring layered clothing. It’s a long ride and expensive. Although we got a discount because my nephew worked there.
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Great fun. Booked the steam engine. A bit scary at first. Fun for kids. Super informative crew on the history of the railway, and great breakmanship getting us down safely. Neat views up and down, and from the mountain top. Nice display of antique equipment.
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Both the ride on the World’s first mountain-climbing cog railway, built in 1869, to the top of Mount Washington and the ride back down are amazing. The panoramic views are spectacular. There are several easy hiking trails to different lookouts, all offer stunning views. Imaging
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We booked our seats in advance for the 11:30 train. This train was fueled by bio-diesel. During our visit, they were running a coal-fired train twice a day -- on the first trip in the morning and the last in the afternoon.While it would have been interesting to ride on the
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