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Union Station

Southbound gravel train with 3825, 3823 and 25 loads for Boston pass the beautifully restored Union, NH train station. The station now owned by the Wakefield Heritage Commission has many B&M artifacts on display inside. The depot is restored to its original appearance inside including the ticket windows. The order boards are fully functional and should have a working light installed this year. The freight shed is being restored to a function hall, and it will have a HO layout with the town of Wakefield accurately model on it. For more information or to donate to the heritage society visit

Photographed by Cory Fothergill, March 28, 2012.
Added to the photo archive by Cory Fothergill, March 28, 2012.
Railroad: New Hampshire Northcoast.

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