Visitor Comments about this Photo:
The white building on the left with the railway door is the EB&L shop. The enginehouse was on the other side (north) of the drying shed. The EB&L water tank shows disuse after #3 and #5 were retired. The entire yard was 72lb and 75lb rail leased from the B&M as track material, a common situation with logging railroads. The entire yard material has been recovered and is stored in the Lakeport area by the State of NH who now own the former B&M trackage and right of way
Posted by Steven Hall on 2017-10-09 11:34:03
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