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North Conway Railroad Station

Route 16
North Conway, Carroll County, New Hampshire, 03860

Conway Scenic
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This station marked the northern terminus of the Conway Branch of the Portsmouth, Great Falls and Conway Railroad. The Conway Scenic Railroad restored the building in 1974. Today, a gift shop occupies the old waiting room.

The station was designed by Nathaniel J. Bradlee, a well-known Boston architect.

The station was build in 1874.

The interior of the building contained separate man's and ladies' waiting rooms, a ticket office, baggage room and restrooms. Two curving mahogany staircases led to the second level, which housed offices.

An E. Howard, eight day clock was installed in the face of the building.

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