Ashland Railroad Station

I made this a few weeks ago while photographing a covered bridge in another part of Ashland, NH. The town has preserved its historic train station and the historical society operates it as a museum. Below is a BW image of a train snowplow that is also at the train station.

25 thoughts on “Ashland Railroad Station

  1. Liz Gauffreau

    Great shots! I love the sun through the trees in the one of the train station. My husband and I drove past it a couple of weekends ago, and I wondered if you’re photographed it.

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  2. China Dream

    I miss my travels (when hubby was alive) maybe I’ll eventually venture out again, of course these days, there is no crossing the border… I love you take us to different places.. and show us your fab finds. Have a good one…

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  3. Sandra

    These are beautiful images Chris! What a great find on a perfect morning! And it’s nice that the town has preserved this history instead of abandoning it. We just got back from a hike. The last half a mile (only half a mile? Felt like forever) was straight up incline with temps heading towards 100 again today. Glad to be home with the AC working! Hope you are doing well today!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Sandra. Were you hiking in a canyon? (That’s usually when the last bit is uphill.) How was it, besides hot? I feel passinate about history and its preservation. Stay cool.

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      1. Sandra

        It sounds like a canyon doesn’t it? It’s a park/recreation area with multiple trails through the protected oak woodland in Auburn CA. There’s a platform that was built, an observation deck for people to enjoy views of the year round waterfalls. It’s really pretty. I hope I have a few good pictures to share. I’ll take a look. I hope you’re doing well Chris!

  4. Prior...

    Oh wow
    I have never seen a train snowplow and that front view of it showed it last strong structure and power –
    Glad we still have these train areas preserved – oh and we happen to have an Ashland in Virginia and the train runs right through it

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