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Remnants (stove pieces) of the abandoned Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad in Livermore, New Hampshire during the autumn months. Operated by the Woodstock Lumber Company, this was a logging railroad in operation from 1909-1914 in the towns of Woodstock, Thornton Gore, and Livermore. And this location along the railroad may have been the site of a logging camp. The removal of historic artifacts from federal lands without a permit is a violation of federal law.
Title: Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad, White Mountains

Description: Remnants (stove pieces) of the abandoned Woodstock & Thornton Gore Railroad in Livermore, New Hampshire during the autumn months. Operated by the Woodstock Lumber Company, this was a logging railroad in operation from 1909-1914 in the towns of Woodstock, Thornton Gore, and Livermore. And this location along the railroad may have been the site of a logging camp. The removal of historic artifacts from federal lands without a permit is a violation of federal law.

Location: Livermore, New Hampshire, United States

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