Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad
Posted by: silverquill
N 43° 41.409 W 071° 38.011
19T E 287760 N 4840829
Quick Description: The old Ashland Train Station is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is operated as a museum by the Ashland Historical Society.
Location: New Hampshire, United States
Date Posted: 4/19/2007 1:21:48 PM
Waymark Code: WM1ECR
The Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad was chartered in 1844. Construction of the main line began in Concord in 1846. The tracks were completed to Laconia in 1848, to Ashland in 1849, and to Wells River, Vermont in 1853. The B,C&M RR merged with the Concord Railroad in 1889 to form the Concord & Montreal Railroad, which was taken over by the Boston & Maine Railroad in 1895. The B, C&M RR and its branch lines contributed greatly to the economic development of central and northern New Hampshire and to the growth of tourism in the Lakes Region and the White Mountains.
Located on NH 132, near the Ashland RR Station.
Marker Name: Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad
Official Marker Number: 163
Marker Type: Official NH State
Marker Location: Ashland
Date Marker Established: 1991
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