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photo: Mount Washington, Webster Cliffs in foreground [ID:17]photo: Snapshot: The Head of Crawford Notch [ID:18]photo: The Windswept Western Flank [ID:19]photo: Mount Pleasant [ID:20]photo: Ammonoosuc Ravine [ID:21]photo: The Cog Railway [ID:22]photo: Summit Cone, Alpine Garden [ID:23]photo: Huntington Ravine [ID:24]photo: Summit View [ID:25]photo: From above, Mount Washington's summit; Boott Spur beyond (1) [ID:26]photo: Over Carter Dome [ID:27]photo: Over Carter Dome - Mount Washington from the east. [ID:28]photo: Over Carter Dome and Wildcat Ridge [ID:29]photo: Mount Washington - The East Face [ID:30]photo: Huntington Ravine and the Summit Cone [ID:31]photo: Tuckerman Ravine (1) [ID:32]
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The Cog Railway  [ info ]
One of the most obvious man-made features on Mount Washington, the Cog Railway ascends a major western ridge of the mountain, with Burt Ravine to the left, and the slides of Ammonoosuc Ravine to the right. A single cloud floats over the ridge; some of the summit buildings make the peak's highest point.
The White Mountains Collection was donated to the Mount Washington Observatory by Brad Washburn
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