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The Snow Train of the Boston and Maine Railroad makes its first regular trip of the season tomorrow, leaving the North Station at eight o'clock in the morning bound for Lincoln, North Woodstock, and Campton, New Hampshire, with its passengers destined for the Cannon Mountain Tramway. The return trip will leave Lincoln at 5:30 o'clock, running express to Boston.
The number of passengers will be limited to 300 and the cost is $2.75 round trip to Lincoln, New Hampshire.
Roland E. Peabody, managing director of the Cannon Mountain Tramway in Boston, says that extra trips will be made for Snow Train passengers. Reports from the area state that there are 19 inches of good, skiable snow on Cannon Mountain and about 12 inches in the Notch. The Cannon Mountain trail has been sidestepped over its entire length as has the Practice trail, and the upper half of the Taft trail. The Tramway is able to take 160 to 170 skiers to the heads of these trials each hour.
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