Historic Buildings


Historic buildings in the White Mountains, New Hampshire: This work focuses on the old buildings and structures from the 1800s and 1900s that are scattered throughout the White Mountains. Some of these buildings are still in use today and help tell the story of a long forgotten era. Old buildings, like the 19th-century historic Russell-Colbath House in Passaconaway, are amazing sites to visit. And this work focuses on the history of these old buildings.

 

East Branch of the Pemigewasset River - Lincoln, New Hampshire
Abandoned Mills, White Mountains - During the 1800s and early 1900s, cut-up mills, grist mills, sawmills, and various other ...
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Passaconaway Settlement - Russell Colbath Homestead
Russell-Colbath House - The Russell-Colbath House is a 19th-century historic house along the Kancamagus Highway in Albany, New Hampshire ...
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Gibbs Brook Dam - White Mountains, New Hampshire
Crawford House, Gibbs Brook Dam - If you're familiar with New Hampshire’s grand resort era then you know ...
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Mount Lafayette Summit House - New Hampshire
Historic Stone Structures, White Mountains - In my work documenting historic sites in the New Hampshire White Mountains I ...
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Middle Sister Fire Tower - Albany, New Hampshire USA
Middle Sister Groundhouse, New Hampshire - The Middle Sister Groundhouse (fire tower) is located on Middle Sister Mountain, ...
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Greenleaf Hut - White Mountains, New Hampshire USA
Greenleaf Hut, Mount Lafayette - Some love' em and some hate' em! I have listened to some very heated ...
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Fabyan Guard Station - White Mountains, New Hampshire USA
Fabyan Guard Station, White Mountains - Built in 1923 by Clifford L. Graham, the Fabyan Guard Station is a ...
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Robert Frost Homestead
Robert Frost Homestead, New Hampshire - From the rusted mailbox to the chairs on the porch, nothing represents rural ...
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Notes:

• ScenicNH Photography is in the business of photography. We create awareness for historic preservation and environmental conservation.

• This is not a complete list of historic buildings in New Hampshire. It is a work in progress and is subject to errors and omissions.

• As you explore the historical sites in New Hampshire, keep in mind the removal of historic artifacts from federal lands is a violation of federal law.

• While ScenicNH Photography takes great measures to verify all historical information, we do not warrant the accuracy of the information.