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Old Posted Nov 9, 2008, 4:13 AM
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New England

A semi-alphabetical journey through this flinty, grizzled corner of the United States.
A good deal of these photos are recycled, but there is a lot of new stuff as well...

Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Vermont

NEW ENGLAND


Lebanon, NH


Auburn, ME


Athol, MA


Augusta, ME


Ashley Falls, MA


Bangor, ME


Storrs Hill, NH


Keene, NH


Belfast, ME


Berkshire Mountains, MA


Boston Lot Lake, NH


Boston, MA


Brattleboro, VT


Bridgeport, CT


Lebanon, NH


Burlington, VT


Burlington, VT


Signal Hill, NH


Calvary Cemetary, Lebanon, NH


Cambridge, MA


Rhode Island Statehouse


Canaan, NH


Cardigan Mountain, NH


Cardigan Mountain, NH


Boston, MA


Castleton, VT


Cheshire County, NH


Chimney Point, VT


Claremont, NH


Concord, NH


Connecticut Statehouse


Lebanon, NH


Essex County, VT


Farmington, ME


Farnum Hill, NH


Grand Isle County, VT


Manchester, NH


Grafton County, NH


Green Mountains, VT


Groveton, NH


Hartford, CT


Haverhill, MA


Haverhill, NH


Hubbard Park, Montpelier, VT


Keene, NH


Keene, NH


Kennebec River, ME


Lake Champlain, VT


Lawrence, MA


Mascoma Valley, NH


Lebanon, NH


Lebanon, NH


Lewiston, ME


Lowell, MA


Lubec, ME


Maine Statehouse


Manchester, NH


Mascoma River, Lebanon, NH


Northampton, MA


Merrimack River, MA


Montpelier, VT


Milbridge, ME


Boston, MA


Mt. Greylock, MA


Nashua, NH


New Hampshire Statehouse


New Haven, CT


North Adams, MA


Pawtucket, RI


Penobscot River, ME


Lebanon, NH


Pittsfield, MA


Providence, RI


Quoddy Head, ME


Rumford, ME


Rutland, VT


Second Connecticut Lake, NH


Sheffield, MA


New Haven, CT


Signal Hill, NH




S. Newbury, VT


Springfield, MA


St. Johnsbury, VT


Storrs Hill, NH


Mascoma Valley, NH


Storrs Hill, NH


Boston, MA


Texas Falls, VT


Torrington, CT


Van Buren, ME


Vermont Statehouse


Waterville, ME


West Hartford, CT


Westfield, MA


White Mountains, NH


New Haven, CT


Lebanon, NH


Woodsville, NH

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Old Posted Nov 9, 2008, 5:04 AM
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Loved the collection. Definitely a beautiful part of the country. Thanks!
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Dare I say, wicked awesome?

I'm intrigued by your new stuff (e.g. Lowell, Pawtucket, Hartford, Boston of course). Is more on the way?
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That was really nice. Do you have any more Burlington?
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wow...massive.
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A ton of good things up there
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Wonderfully thorough thread, you covered a big variety of areas and structures. Great job!
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Very nice. I'd love to see more!
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I love this thread! Great job, amazing coverage.
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Capital thread, dude. New England is an absolutely incredible region... in both natural and built environments... and such fascinating culture and history. The Rutland shot is sick!
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Spectacular. Time to plan another trip soon...
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Never before have so many towns been featured in one thread!

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New England is the most beautiful place on earth in my opinion.
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A cool idea for a thread - you sure get around!
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Great pictures. It's nice to see what some of these small towns looks like. Lots of times, they have their own little interesting things, worth a couple pictures, but we never see them. I am familiar with places like this in my area, but I would never guess what interesting things are in the small and hidden places in New England.
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Wow, what a thread! You covered a lot here. Very nice collection of places and pictures; thanks for compiling it all together and posting it here.
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Thanks folks.

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Dare I say, wicked awesome?

I'm intrigued by your new stuff (e.g. Lowell, Pawtucket, Hartford, Boston of course). Is more on the way?
I don't really have a full threads worth for any of those cities. I was going to go down to Lowell this weekend, but laziness struck.

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That was really nice. Do you have any more Burlington?
I think my signature has a link to the Cities of Vermont thread I did a while back.
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What an extensive array of photos. New England makes the northeast an even more special place to be.
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Wow, very beautiful!
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absolutely amazing! top notch!

i love the capitals and rivers running through downtowns.
Those rivers were almost all unknown to me. i was quite suprised by how wide they were... and i grew up near the missouri!


imagine watching a naval battle on lake champlain (1812)!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Plattsburgh
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