Cocheco River Railroad Bridge

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Cocheco River Railroad Bridge

During the heyday of railroads in Dover, the city boasted nine railway stations, and it was not uncommon for fifty or more trains a day to pass through Dover, from Boston, Portland, Portsmouth, and Conway.  In the winter, ski trains often put on a second locomotive for the run up the Conway Branch. 

Cocheco Railroad Bridge

Railroad bridge

 

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