Railroad Stations in New Hampshire, now in its twentieth year, is a site devoted to the history, location, and uses of railroad depots, whether still standing or long gone, throughout the ten counties of New Hampshire. Readers are invited to consult the tables and links below and to submit additions, corrections, and photos to make this a more detailed, more precise, and more complete site.
Notice: The site now includes a gallery of scans of New Hampshire Railroad depot paintings (and a few others of railroad interest) done by New Hampshire artist Arch McDonnell, mostly in the 1970's and 1980's.
Previous Updates: 6/21/17 5/11/17 2/1/17 1/4/17 9/9/16 6/2/16 5/1/16 4/24/16 1/1/16 6/8/15 12/30/14, 9/2/14, 6/1/14, 2/7/14, 6/23/13, 2/25/13 4/29/12, 12/26/11, 12/3/11, 6/21/11, 4/26/11, 3/27/11, 10/3/10 6/13/10 1/3/10 11/15/09 6/25/09, 6/1/09, 2/12/09, 9/21/08, 6/16/08, 3/1/08, 1/1/08, 9/27/07, 6/15/07, 3/7/07, 12/10/06, 11/18/06, 6/14/06, 3/12/06, 1/2/06 [See archive]
Stations Still Standing in New Hampshire: Select a county to view:
Current Total: 232 standing stations listed / 578 different stations pictured
Email this site with information, photos, links, etc.
Other Station Lists, Photos, and Information: Select the link you would like to see:
Navigating the Stations:
A few notes if you're planning on visiting these stations:
If I don't have a piece of information, such as a built date or street, you'll see a ???. Pleasee-mail me a message if you are able to contribute information to this page. Be sure to include what station you are referring to (railroad and city).
Photos: A camera next to a town or city name indicates a photo of that station located in the archive; a blue camera indicates an historical map image of the station. Click on either camera to see the image. As I often receive duplicate photos or different views of the same station, I will occasionally rotate different people's photos on the county pages. If you send me a photo scan, please inscribe in small letters at top or bottom a copyright symbol, the year of the photo, and your full name; see the photo above as a example. I occasionally will list multiple camera symbols; on the Counties pages, this usually signifies a current photo plus a black-and-white image from days gone by (for purposes of comparison), while on the Other Stations Page, these signify multiple "historical" black-and-white photos. I believe that all photos included at this site that are not attributed to the individuals who submitted them are in the public domain and that their use does not violate any copyright laws; please write to me if you know this not to be the case for any photo here.
Page designed by Gary LaPointe (and Michael Sellers)
Table format and "Navigating the Stations" text designed byCharles Woolever
©1998 Gary LaPointe
This site uses GIF images from Ken Houghton's RailImages