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Mount Washington
Cog Railway

Mt. Washington Cog Railway
Just 6 miles from Rt. 302
In Bretton Woods, NH

3168 Base Station Road
Marshfield Station, NH

603-278-5404

Lat 44.270052
Long -71.350898

Mailing Address:
Mt. Washington, NH 03589

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About the Mount Washington Cog Railway

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Steeped in history, this marvel of 19th century technology and modern innovation is an exhilarating voyage through landscape and nature. The Mount Washington Cog Railway, a National Historic Engineering Landmark, is a "must do" for any visit to New England.

When you ride The Mount Washington Cog Railway, you're in for an unforgettable adventure. Magnificent scenery...efficient new biodiesel locomotives and the classic steam engine (generally scheduled early in the day)...combined with a spectacular climb up the highest mountain in the Northeast.

marshfield base station

The journey begins at Marshfield Base Station, located at 2700' above sea level. Browse the gift shop, have a bite to eat at the restaurant, visit the informative museum, and enjoy the great views before ascending the mountain.

train on the top

Once at the top, there is an option for photo opportunities, along with a visit to the Observatory Museum and the historic Tiptop House before the trip down. On a clear day, the view extends all the way to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Mount Washington Cog Railway completes another Engineering Milestone!

Experience the newest additions to our fleet: Biodiesel Locomotives, designed and built at The Mount Washington Cog Railway.

Wajo Nantasis - The first Mount Washington Cog Railway Diesel Engine
Wajo Nantasis - The First Mount Washington Cog Railway Biodiesel Locomotive

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