Cog plans $500,000 upgrade over 2 years, ridership soars
SARGENT'S PURCHASE — As soon as the weather will allow it, members of the Mount Washington Cog Railway track-and-construction crew will start work ripping out the old trestle and then replacing the old track northeast of the Sherman Adams Building just below the 6,288-foot Rock Pile's summit.
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