New Hampshire Then & Now, © 2006 Peter Randall
|Potter Place railroad station in Andover, c. 1940s. There was a time when this was busy as summer folks arrived from cities to the south to spend carefree days boarding with local farmers and small inns. When this photograph was taken in the 1940s, the heyday of the railroad was drawing to a close, but this village was still a major highway intersection. New Hampshire Historical Society collection.
|| ||Potter Place railroad station in Andover, 2004. The Potter Place station is now maintained as a railroad museum by the Andover Historical Society, and even the highway, seen in the background, has bypassed this location. © Peter Randall