Surviving Roundhouses and Turntables in New Hampshire

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Blue (Roundhouse and Turntable), Green (Roundhouse Only), Yellow (Turntable only), Red (Visual Remains)
TypeStallsYear BuiltRailroadCurrent UseCityStateCountryNotes
Roundhouse OnlyMaine Central The Bartlett Roundhouse Preservation SocietyBartlettNHUSAwooden construction, preservation ongoing
Turntable OnlyBoston & Maine Pan Am yardConcordNHUSAturntable in ruins, very little trace of roundhouse, tracks taken up
Roundhouse Only6Boston & Maine Salmon Falls Stoneware storeDoverNHUSAturntable and tracks removed, converted into retail store
Roundhouse Only17Boston & Maine The Center at Colony MillsKeeneNHUSA
Roundhouse OnlyBoston & Maine Defelice company, building for saleNashuaNHUSAleft half of building is reportedly one stall of old roundhouse
Roundhouse and Turntable4 Conway Scenic RailroadNorth ConwayNHUSA
Roundhouse and Turntable5Boston & Maine Green Mountain Railroad ShopsNorth WalpoleNHUSAFormer home of Steamtown USA
Turntable OnlyBoston & Maine AbandonedPortsmouthNHUSAin ruins, track taken up
Roundhouse Only10Boston & Maine Westboro Roundhouse and Engine TerminalWest LebanonNHUSA

Statistics for Roundhouses in New Hampshire


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