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Northern Rail-Road (1844-1884)

 

The Northern Railroad (sometimes called the Northern New Hampshire Railroad) was a U.S. railroad in central New Hampshire. Originally opened from Concord to West Lebanon in 1847, the Northern Railroad became part of the Boston and Maine system by 1890. Daniel Webster spoke at the 1847 ribbon-cutting in Lebanon.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Northern Rail-Road records

MS-42
 Collection
Identifier: MS-42
Overview Northern Rail-Road (1844-1884). The collection contains records of the company including subscription lists, stocks, correspondence, including correspondence with Dartmouth College, bills, construction records, and receipts. Some material documents the founding and construction of the railroad.