Ashland Railroad Station Museum
69 Depot St., Route 132
Historic railroad passenger station built for the Boston, Concord & Montreal RR in 1869; remodeled by the Concord & Montreal RR in 1891; used by the Boston & Maine RR from 1895 until passenger service ceased in 1959. Donated to the Ashland Historical Society in 1980, the Station was opened as a museum of railroad history and artifacts in 1999. One of the best preserved late 19th century railroad stations in New Hampshire.
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