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Concord, NH

Looking south in the North Yard Wolfeboro RR 101 RS-3 has one interchange car and a caboose for it's northbound run on the state owned White Mountain Line (Lincoln Branch). Track on right is the main line and even though the rail was 85 lb it hosted first class trains like the Alouette and the track speed between Concord and Plymouth was 50 mph passenger and 35 freight. 40 ft box cars are in storage and unlikely to see revenue service again.

Photographed by Bruce Nelson, April, 1976.
Added to the photo archive by Bruce Nelson, February 20, 2017.
Railroad: Wolfeboro Rail Road.

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The Employee's timetable of 1952-3 had the speed Concord-Plymouth as 55mph passenger, 45mph for freight. This was with ABS. Plymouth-Woodsville with lighter rail and no ABS was 45mph passenger and 35mph freight. Plymouth-Lincoln branch was 25mph both passenger and freight.

Posted by Steven Hall on 2017-02-21 13:24:22

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