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Mount Washington, New Hampshire

Mount Washington is in the White Mountain National Forest and hosts the world's oldest cog railway and the Conway Scenic.

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Mount Washington, New Hampshire
March 01, 2016 Kicked out of my office by my staff and told to take a vacation, I headed south through Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont to mostly visit friends and take the occasional hour trackside along the way. On the 1st, we drove to Portland, Maine passing, but not stopping at, Mount Washington, a place I intend to eventually return to.