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From Mt. Franklin to Mt. Washington.

Arrival on Summit of Mt. Wash'n., N.H.

Tip Top House.

Almost there ... Lizzie Bourne Monument.

The Summit view from the road.

Summit of Mt. Washington.

Arrival of Train on Mt. Washington.

Foot, Mt. Washington R.R.

Summit of Mt. Washington.

Rail Road on to Mt. Washington.

Rail Road on to Mt. Washington.

Tip Top House, near the Summit of Mount Washington.

Track repairer,Mt. Washington R.R.

Sunshine, Mt. Washington.

[Jacob's Ladder, Mt. Washington Rail Road.]

Interior of Tip Top House, Mt. Washington, N.H.

The Wonder of the Age, Mt. Washington Railway.

Lissie Bourne's Monument and Mt. Washington R.R.

Frost work on Mt. Washington.

Mt. Washington Railway.

Mount Washington Railway, on the Summit of Mount Washington.

Ascending Mt. Washington.

R.R. Trains on Mt. Washington.

Almost there ... Lizzie Bourne's Monument, Mt. Washington.

Summit of Mt. Washington.

Summit House, Mt. Washington.

Tip Top House, Summit of Mt. Washington.

Frost feathers on Signal Station, Mt. Washington.

Frost feathers on Tip-Top House, Mt. Washington.

Valley of Ammanoosue, from Mt. Washington.

Frost work on Mount Washington, N.H.

Jacob's Ladder, Mt. Washington Railway.

Mt. Washington Railway, near Summit.

Mt. Washington R.R. looking down.

Mt. Washington Railroad, from the Depot.

Mt. Washington Summit House.

Mt. Adams and Mt. Washington Carriage Road.

Frost work on Mt. Washington Railway.

Tip Top House, Summit of Mt. Washington.

Frost work on Railway, Mt. Washington.

Summit of Mt. Washington.

Rail Road on to Mt. Washington.

Summit of Mt. Washington.

Mount Washington Railroad.

Interior of United States Observatory, Mt. Washington.

Mt. Washington R.R.

Mt. Washington, from Glen House.

The Thousand Streams, above Snow Arch, Tuckerman's Ravine, Mt. Washington, N.H.

Summit of Mt. Washington.

Mt. Washington R.R.

Arrival of Train on Mt. Washington.

Rail Road on to Mt. Washington.

View from Mt. Washington Summit House.

[Mount Washington.]

Lloyd's House and Railway Train, Mt. Washington.

Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Washington Carriage Road.

Mount Washington Railroad Depot.

Half-Way House, Road to Mt. Washington.

Mt. Washington.

Jacob's Ladder, Mt. Washington Railway.

Summit of Mt. Washington and Railway.

Jacob's Ladder, Mt. Washington Railway.

Mt. Washington R.R. Station.

Mt. Washington Railroad.

Gulf Station, Mt. Washington Railroad.

Sliding down Mt. Washington Railway.

View in Mt. Washington Carriage Road looking down.

Cloud View on Mt. Washington.

Cloud View from Mt. Washington.

View from Mt. Washington Carriage Road.

Cloud View from Mt. Washington.

View from Carriage Road to Mt. Washington.

View from Mt. Washington Summit House.

R.R. Station, from the Base.

Almost there ... Lizzie Bourne Monument.

Tip Top House.

Tip Top House.

Stage-Coach on the way to the Mountains.

Tip Top House, Mt. Wash'n., 6285 feet above the sea.

Tip-Top House.

Almost there ... Lizzie Bourne Monument.

Engine, Mt. Washington R.R.

Mt. Washington Railway, from the Depot.

Rail Road on Mt. Washington, N.H.

Mt. Washington, from above Glen House.

Railway up Mt. Washington.

Engine, Washington R.R.

R.R. Trains on Mt. Washington.

Frost work, Mount Washington.

Frost work on Mt. Washington Railroad.

Tuckerman's Ravine, from near Summit, Mt. Washington.

Summit of Mt. Washington and Glen House Stage.

Summit of Mt. Washington and R.R. Train.

Tip Top House, Mt. Washington.

The Half Way House, Mount Washington, N.H.

Jacob's Ladder, Mt. Washington R.R.

Interior of United States Observatory, Mt. Washington.

Mounts Adams and Madison from Mt. Washington.

Harry Hunter's Monument, Mt. Washington.

[Engine, Washington R.R.]

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