Beginning in 1870 and lasting for almost five decades, the rugged North Country of New Hampshire was the scene of some of the most intensive logging in northern New England.
Aiding the lumbermen in their quest to remove some of the finest virgin timber in the region were some of the area's earliest logging operations.
Johns River RR and Whitefield and Jefferson RR, pp. 1-30;
Last Run of Leonard Crouch, pp. 31-46;
Upper Ammonoosuc RR and Ammonoosuc Lumber Co., pp. 47-58;
Millsfield RR and the Berlin Mills, pp. 59-70;
Success Pond RR and the Blanchard and Twitchell Co., pp. 71-82;
Tough Railroading along the Wild River, pp. 83-112;
Boston, Concord & Montreal RR: Mount Washington Branch, pp. 113-148;
Epilogue, pp. 149-152;
Acknowledgements, Bibliography, Index, pp. 153-160.
Bondcliff Books, softcover, 160 pages, B&W photographs and maps.