National Geographic : 1949 Aug
© National Geographic Society 240 oaacnrome oyltooert '.aisson Cog Railway, Toll Road, and Foot Trails Cross a Rocky Wilderness to Reach Mount Washington's Summit Here a train puffs like a teakettle up the north slope of the Presidential Range's monarch. Automobiles use the "Carriage Road" (right). Hikers arewarned against fierce storms sweeping the New Hampshire peak even in summer (page 243). Beyond Great Gulf (center) loom, lefttoright, Mounts Jefferson, Adams, and Madison.