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"Restored Historic Rail Station"

Built in 1874, the Potter Place Railroad Station was a rail station that operated till mid 20th Century. The structures at this place include a station, a master's office, a caboose, a freight house with machinery and harvest tools, a general store, a single room school and a post office. The station was named after Richard Potter, a famous magician at the time, and along with his wife, their graves are placed across the rail tracks. The Station was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
105 Depot Street, Andover, NH, United States, 03216
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"Restored Historic Rail Station"
Built in 1874, the Potter Place Railroad Station was a rail station that operated till mid 20th Century. The structures at this place include a station, a master's office, a caboose, a freight house with machinery and harvest tools, a general store, a single room school and a post office. The station was named after Richard Potter, a famous magician at the time, and along with his wife, their graves are placed across the rail tracks. The Station was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
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