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Favorite B & W Images of 2012

Side view of collapsed timber bridge at the Sokokis Brook crossing along the abandoned Mt Washington Branch of the Boston and Maine (B&M) Railroad in the White Mountains, New Hampshire USA. The Mt Washington Branch was built by the Boston, Concord & Montreal Railroad and completed in 1876. This branch traveled from the Fabyan House to the base of the Cog. The branch was closed in June 1932 (+/-) (Erin Paul Donovan | ScenicNH.com Photography)
Boston and Maine Railroad – Mt Washington Branch
 

Favorite 5 Black & White images of 2012 – A few weeks ago I posted my 10 favorite images from 2012. What I did not include were any black & white images, so here is my favorite black & white images from 2012. During the film days, I shot roll after roll of AGFA Scala, and I have no idea why I drifted away from this process. I plan on shooting more b & w in the future. Click on any image for a larger preview. Hope you enjoy!

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Fabyan Guard Station, White Mountains

The Fabyan Guard Station - Built in 1923 by Clifford Graham along the old Jefferson Turnpike (now Old Cherry Mountain Road) in the White Mountains, New Hampshire. It's the last remaining guard station in the White Mountain National Forest. The cabin was built using spruce logs from the surrounding area.
Fabyan Guard Station – White Mountains, New Hampshire.
 

Fabyan Guard Station, White Mountains – Built in 1923 by Clifford L. Graham, the Fabyan Guard Station is a 16 by 20 foot one room log cabin located along old Cherry Mountain Road (the old Jefferson Turnpike) in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Graham would eventually become Supervisor of the White Mountain National Forest.

Built of spruce logs from the surrounding area, the Fabyan Guard Station was the first administrative building built by Forest Service on White Mountain National Forest land. And today, it is the last remaining guard station in the White Mountain National Forest. According to Forest Service, in 1923, it cost $75.00 to build this cabin. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in May 2018.

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