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Preserving the Portsmouth Line

by Rick Kfoury of the B&M Railroad Society Newsletter

When searching for remnants of abandoned railroad lines, one cannot do much better than a depot. The
railroad station was the focal point of the American small town in the latter half of the 19th Century and in the first
half of the 20th. Towns that still claim a standing railroad station into the modern day are truly a minority. Towns
which retain stations nearly identical to the way they stood when the last trains left town are even scarcer.

Find out more about the Manchester Portsmouth line through this video by Rick Kfoury.




Environvantage has has generously agreed to provide money, manpower, and resources to restore our caboose. In the coming months, with your help, we hope to supplement the restoration and repair and repainting of our our box car as well. Watch this space or our Facebook page for more information.

Overview of Train Work to Be Done




Harvest Dinner 2019


Historic Raymond

Thanks to everyone who volunteered, attended, or donated for our Annual Pancake Breakfast.


New Life for Raymond's First Traffic Light!


Fairy Village Entries May 4, 2019
Thanks to All Who Participated and Visited



Sweet fairy, Elin, came with her grandmother from Exeter to the fairy village at Raymond Historical Society

Little Fairy

Special thanks to Jonathan Mayhew for this
drone footage of the town and station.


Christmas on the Commons with a Visit from Santa at the Raymond Historical Society

The Wanderlust Family Visits Raymond

Pancake 2018Joe, Rita, and Alex have wanderlust and are doing something about it.
This week they visited us here at the historical society and participated in our pancake breakfast.
Check out their wonderful blog and photos!


Chili Cookoff 2018

The Impact of the Railroad on Raymond


2018 Fairy Village


Successful Open House


Train and Depot Stories from Steve Goldthwaite

Raymond High LogoRaymond H.S. Yearbooks Wanted

The Historical Society is looking for a few yearbooks to fill out their collection... More Information...



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