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 The Mason-Watkins House is a historic house at the northwest corner of Old Walpole Road and Mine Ledge Road (RD #2, Box #316) in Surry, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story timber frame house was built in 1832, and is an example of the conservative persistence of Federal style architecture well after the Greek Revival had become popular in other parts of New England. The house is five bays wide, with a central chimney, and simple window casings. Interior woodworking is stylistically Federalist, drawi...
The Gilsum Stone Arch Bridge carries Surry Road over the Ashuelot River in Gilsum, New Hampshire. Built in 1862-3, it is one of the highest stone-arch bridges in the state. It has a span of 478, and an average height over the river of 366. The roadway is 436 above the riverbed. It stands on the site of four previous bridges, where the river passes through a deep gorge. The previous bridge was also a stone-arch bridge, which was built in 1860 and collapsed (due to inferior construction) a few mon...
 
 
 
 Alumni Field is a baseball field located in Keene, New Hampshire, USA. The field, located on Arch Street, was constructed in 1948^ and has served as the home of the Keene Swamp Bats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League^ since the 1997 NECBL season. The field is part of the athletic facilities at Keene High School and is owned by the Alumni Association. The football, soccer, and track & field teams of Keene High School also use the facility. It holds a capacity of approximately 4,100 fan...
 
The Colony House is a historic house at 104 West Street in Keene, New Hampshire. The oldest portion of the house, its front block, was built in 1819 by Timothy Hall, a local merchant. The house was purchased in 1863 by Horatio Colony, in whose familys hands it was for a century. It is a brick two story structure with a hip roof. The exterior has modest Federal styling, predominantly in its main entry, with half-length sidelight windows topped by a half-oval fanlight and sheltered by a modest por...
 
The United Church of Christ in Keene (also known as The First Church or Church at the Head of the Square) is a historic Congregational church at 23 Central Square in Keene, New Hampshire, United States. The oldest portion of this church is its timber frame, a 50-by-70-foot (15 by 21 m) structure that was built in 1786 as the towns fourth meeting house. In 1828 the meeting house was rotated and moved, nearly to its present location, and the Greek Revival temple front with Doric columns was added,...
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The Dinsmoor-Hale House is a historic house at the southwest corner of Main and Winchester Streets in Keene, New Hampshire. This three story stuccoed brick house was built in 1860 for Samuel Dinsmoor, Jr., a lawyer and former Governor of New Hampshire. The building is roughly square in plan, with a slight projection on the south facade, where there is a stairwell, and on the main facade, where a semicircular bay rises the full three stories and is capped by a low rounded roof. The center entry i...
The Presidents House of Keene State College, formerly the Catherine Fiske Seminary For Young Ladies, is a historic house at 251 Main Street in Keene, New Hampshire. The 2 story brick mansion was built in 1805 by John Bond, the local postmaster. Originally Federal in its styling, it was extensively redesigned later in the 19th century, and is now predominantly Italianate. The house served as a girls school from 1824 to 1844 under the oversight of Catherine Fiske. The house was acquired by what is...
 
The Elliot Mansion (now Elliot Hall or the Elliot Center) is a historic house at 229 Main Street in Keene, New Hampshire. The three story brick building was built c. 1810 by William Wyman, and was described as the finest house in town. The building has a main facade of restrained elegance; its entry is flanked by sidelight windows and topped by a large fanlight window, with moulding surrounding all. There is a portico topped by a low balcony sheltering the entrance. The interior has woodwork, pa...
 
The Wyman Tavern is a historic house, former tavern, and now a local history museum, at 339 Main Street in Keene, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built in 1762 by Isaac Wyman, a veteran of the French and Indian War, who operated a tavern on the premises for 30 years. For more than 50 years in the 19th century it was home to Reverend Zedekiah Barstow, the last town-funded minister in Keene. In 1968 the property was acquired by a local non-profit, which leases it to the Cheshi...
 
 

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The Park Hill Meetinghouse is a historic meeting house on Park Hill in Westmoreland, New Hampshire. The two story timber frame building was built in 1764, but has been moved twice and extensively altered. It was originally built without a steeple, and was moved once in 1779 and again in 1824 to its present location. At the time of the second move, the main chamber was enlarged, and the tower and portico were added, based on the designs of Elias Carter used in other area meeting houses. In 1853 i...
 
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The Walpole Academy is a historic former school building on Main Street in Walpole, New Hampshire. It is now owned by the Walpole Historical Society and operated as a local history museum. The wood frame building was built in 1831, and is a fine rural example of a 19th-century Greek Revival academy building. The building has a classic Greek temple appearance, with Doric columns supporting an entablature and a triangular pediment with a fanlight detail. The building is topped by an octagonal, arc...
The Peck-Porter House is a historic house at the corner of Main and Middle Streets in Walpole, New Hampshire. The main block of the 2 1� story wood frame house was built in 1839 for Henry Peck, owner of a local dry goods business. The house is an excellent example of high Greek Revival styling rarely found in rural parts of New Hampshire, with full height fluted Doric columns supporting a full entablature. The side elevations have matching single story porches supported by fluted columns. Henr...
 
 
 The Stephen Rowe Bradley House is a historic house at 43 Westminster Street in Walpole, New Hampshire. The large Federal style mansion house was built c. 1808 for Francis Gardner, a lawyer and state legislator. From 1817 to 1830 it was the home of Stephen Rowe Bradley, a Vermont lawyer, judge, and politician, who played a significant role in Vermonts entry into the United States as the fourteenth state, representing the independent Vermont Republic in negotiations over its boundaries. This house...
The Willard Homestead is a historic house on Sunset Hill Road in Harrisville, New Hampshire. The oldest portion of this 1-1- 2 story Cape style house was built c. 1787, and was for many years in the hands of the Willard family. A two-story addition in the 1880s gave the house a T shape. In 1900 it was purchased by Wellington Wells, who converted it into a summer residence, adding the front porch, dormers, and garage. The property also includes a barn, which is believed to date to the 18th centur...
 
The John Adams Homestead- Wellscroft is a historic farmstead off West Sunset Hill Road in Harrisville, New Hampshire. The oldest portion of the farms main house is a 1.5 story wood frame structure built in the 1770s. It is one of the least-altered examples of early Cape style architecture in Harrisville, lacking typical alterations such as the additions of dormers and changes to the window sizes, locations, and shapes. The only notable alteration is to the front door surround, made c. 1825 when ...
 
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The Golden Rod Grange No. 114 is a historic grange hall on New Hampshire Route 32 in Swanzey, New Hampshire, United States. The two-story wood frame building was built in 1916, and is one of the cluster of late 19th and early 20th century buildings that make up Swanzeys center. Its first floor has a dining- meeting room in the center, flanked by a kitchen and a large stairwell. The upper level, except for the stairwell antechamber, is a single large hall. The buildings roof is supported by a ser...

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The Smith-Mason Farm is a historic farmstead at Meadow and Old Roxbury Roads in Harrisville, New Hampshire. The main house is a 1-1- 2 story Greek Revival structure built c. 1791, and it is attached to a shed and barn, making a traditional rambling New England house-to-barn complex. A second detached barn stands across Old Roxbury Road, and a modest cottage is located near the main complex. The property exemplifies the transitions of use in rural Harrisville, starting as a working farm. It was c...
The Nelson Schoolhouse is a historic school building at 7 Nelson Common Road in Nelson, New Hampshire, United States. It was built in 1838, funded by the citizens of the towns #1 school district in part through district levies and in part through subscriptions. The ground floor was used for classes, and the second floor was a large space usable for public functions. The building is a 2-1- 2 story structure, built of red brick laid in stretcher bond. It has a pair of doorways in the main facade, ...
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The Silver Lake Farm is a historic farmstead on Seaver Road in northwestern Harrisville, New Hampshire. It consists of a traditional New England farm complex, with a clapboarded farmhouse that was built c. 1820, a poultry shed, two early 20th-century barns, and a modern tractor shed. It is sited on a meadow (former farmland now out of production) above Silver Lake, and affords spectacular views of the lake and of Mount Monadnock. The farm was originally established by Paul Whitcomb Breed, whose ...
 The High Tops School, also known as Schoolhouse No. 9, is a historic school building at the corner of Reynolds and River roads in Westmoreland, New Hampshire. The 1.5-story wood-frame building was constructed in 1789 but was moved to its present location in 1846 and given an extensive high-quality Greek Revival treatment. It is one of few regional schoolhouses of the period to escape extensive later alteration. Its main facade has the appearance of a Greek temple, with four pilasters supporting ...
The Corban C. Farwell Homestead is a historic house at the junction of Breed and Cricket Hill Roads in Harrisville, New Hampshire. The 2 1� story wood frame house was built in 1901 by Corban Farwell, a local farmer. The house is distinctive as a late example of Greek Revival architecture, albeit with a number of Colonial Revival features added, as well as bands of scalloped wood shingles. Corban Farwell was a purveyor of farm supplies to the summer residents of the resort community that had sp...
The Drewsville Mansion is a historic house on Old Cheshire Turnpike in the Drewsville village of Walpole, New Hampshire. The 2 1� story wood frame mansion was built in 1880 for Bolivar and Sarah Lathrop Lovell. It is a rare local example of Stick- Eastlake style architecture in an area that has predominantly older style buildings. The house is located at the south end of the Drewsville Common, which it faces. The main facade is sheltered by a single story porch with a jigsaw-cut decorative fri...
 WTXX-LP is a low-powered television station for the Pioneer Valley area of Massachusetts that is licensed to Springfield. Owned by R and S Broadcasting, it broadcasts an analog signal on UHF channel 34 from a transmitter southeast of Wilbraham. This is also the location of the digital operations for low-powered CBS affiliate WSHM-LD. WTXX is the former call sign of Connecticuts The CW affiliate WCCT-TV. WTXX is a relatively new station in the area, and as a result, is currently not mentioned in...
Jones Hall, also known as The Meetinghouse at Marlow Hill or The Christian Church, is a historic church and municipal building on Church Street in Marlow, New Hampshire. Built between 1792 and 1800, it is a rare 18th century meeting house in New Hampshire, although it has been altered somewhat and moved (in 1845) from its original location; it was said to originally be a near duplicate of the Rockingham Meeting House in Vermont. Construction of the timber frame building was repeatedly delayed du...
Covered bridges in New Hampshire, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in New Hampshire, Wooden bridges in New Hampshire, Visitor attractions in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Bridges in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, Road bridges in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, New Hampshire building and structure stubs, New Hampshire transportation stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub ...The Carleton Bridge is a historic wooden covered bridge that carries Carleton Road over the South Branch Ashuelot River in East Swanzey, New Hampshire. The bridge was built in 1869 on a site that is believed to have had a bridge since 1789. It is believed to be the only example of a Queenspost truss bridge in southern New Hampshire. This truss method is quite old, and is based on techniques used for building large structures such as churches and barns. The bridge measures 67 3, with a span of 60...
  

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Aldworth Manor, also known as the Arthur E. Childs House, is a historic summer estate house in rural Harrisville, New Hampshire. The house is located at the top of a hill at the end of Aldworth Street, formerly the estates access drive, and was one of the premiere estate houses of the early 20th century in the town. The house was originally built and located in Worcester, Massachusetts, to design by Worcester architects Fuller & Delano. The house was inherited by Arthur E. Childs, a Worcester na...
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 The Adams Farm is a historic farmhouse on MacVeagh Road in Harrisville, New Hampshire. The farmhouse sits on an extensive farmstead in southern Harrisville with commanding views of Mount Monadnock. The oldest portion of the house, a 1.5 story wood frame structure, dates to c. 1780 and was built by Moses Adams, Jr. This structure was attached to a much larger, three story, wood frame house built in 1862. This house is basically Greek Revival in appearance, although its front door treatment appear...
  
The Wildwood Cottage is a historic house on Bancroft Road in Dublin, New Hampshire. Built in the 1860s, this 1-1- 2 story Greek Revival cottage is one of two surviving houses associated with a small-scale industrial area known as Mosquitoville. It was probably the residence of the owners of the sawmill at the site. The Mosquitoville complex (of which only the two houses survive), was an economically significant part of the town for nearly 100 years, supplying wooden parts to the mills in the cen...
The Stone Farm is a historic farmhouse on Old Marlborough Road in Dublin, New Hampshire. The main block of this 2-1- 2 story farmhouse was built c. 1806 by John Stone, Jr. It was enlarged, possibly in several stages, during the 19th century, giving it its present Greek Revival styling, with some Italianate touches. The property was bought in 1905 by Alberta Houghton (of the Houghton Mifflin publishing family), and operated as a gentlemans farm into the 1940s. Houghton also purchased the nearby S...
The Timothy Bancroft House is a historic house on Bancroft Road in Harrisville, New Hampshire. Located in a rural area once known as Mosquitoville, this c. 1785 wood frame house was built by Timothy Bancroft, who operated a sawmill nearby. During the 19th century, the Bancroft mill complex included a number of additional buildings, and the busy mill supplied wood products to the mills in Harrisville center. The mill burned in 1875. The house has two parts, an older portion with a steeply pitched...
 The Jewett-Kemp-Marlens House is a historic house on North Road in Alstead, New Hampshire. The 1.5 story Cape style house was built sometime between 1798 and 1803, with a kitchen wing added onto one side in 1830. The house stands at the effective end of North Road, an unpaved road that was once a main road between Keene and Acworth. The building was restored in 1996, principally to conserve the artwork of Moses Eaton, an itinerant folk art stenciler, that is on its walls. The stencilwork was pro...
Pitcher Mountain is a 2,153 feet (656 m) monadnock located in southwest New Hampshire. The mountain is traversed by the 50 mile (80 km) Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway and offers 360 degree views from its open summit. Lower elevations are wooded with species of the northern hardwood forest type; small stands of coniferous red spruce cling to the upper slopes. A fire tower stands on the summit and a beef livestock farm occupies the east shoulder of the mountain. Pitcher Mountain is part of an extensiv...
The Raubold House is a historic house on Chesham Road in Harrisville, New Hampshire. This 1-1- 2 story wood frame house was built in 1901, and is a vernacular structure that has rough Greek Revival proportions and a wraparound porch. It is a modest workers house of a sort typically built in the town for immigrants working either in the mills or at one of the local summer resort estates. Robert Raubold, its first owner had jobs both at the Cheshire Mills and at Aldworth Manor. The next owner was ...
The Asbury United Methodist Church is a historic Methodist Church building on NH 63 in Chesterfield, New Hampshire. It has been termed the mother church of Methodism in New Hampshire.:see plaque in photos It is a 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure, rectangular in shape, with a gable roof, and a tower rising from its front (northwestern) facade. The main facade is divided into three bays by four pilasters, with entrances on the two outer bays and a window in the center. An uncovered porch extends ...
 

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  Surry is a town in Cheshire County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 732 at the 2010 census.  

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