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Crawford Notch State Park - L.D. Leavitt  carved into the ledge near the Willey Brook Trestle along the Maine Central Railroad in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA.<br />
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In 1917 Private L. Dudley Leavitt and seven other National Guardsman of the First Vermont Infantry did 6 weeks guard duty of the Willey Brook Trestle. In the book Life by the Tracks by Virgina C. Downs, L. Dudley Leavitt provides a first hand account guarding the Willey Brook Trestle in 1917. He also makes reference to a 1925 (+/-) visit when he relocates the trackside telephone pole and ledge overhang he carved his name into when doing the 1917 guard duty.
Title: Maine Central Railroad - White Mountains, New Hampshire USA

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Crawford Notch State Park - L.D. Leavitt carved into the ledge near the Willey Brook Trestle along the Maine Central Railroad in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA.

In 1917 Private L. Dudley Leavitt and seven other National Guardsman of the First Vermont Infantry did 6 weeks guard duty of the Willey Brook Trestle. In the book Life by the Tracks by Virgina C. Downs, L. Dudley Leavitt provides a first hand account guarding the Willey Brook Trestle in 1917. He also makes...
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Location: White Mountains, New Hampshire, USA

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