|Books About New Hampshire|
Robertson, Edwin "Bill" (The Author, 1996)
From the author's collection of stereoptic view cards, we follow the building of the railroad through Crawford Notch in the late nineteenth century. We see the men at work laying the rails, and can imagine the hard work entailed in cutting through the rock. Other views show the trains passing along the Frankenstein Trestle, men plowing the deep snow so that the rail lines may be kept clear, and the magnificent scenery observed by the railroad passengers.
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