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Weirs Chrome Postcard
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mcdude



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Registered: July 2002
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USED WITH PERMISSION - for educational purposes only. See http://laconia.pastperfect-online.com/
This color photograph/postcard depicts the Boardwalk in The Weirs.

In the foreground are railroad tracks leading from the bottom left to the right. There are three children, a girl and two boys,walking along the Boardwalk on the right side of the picture. In the middle ground are several automobiles parked along the side of the road. There are parking meters in front on the parking areas. On the other side of the road are several gift shops, arcades, and shops. On the building on the far left is a sign labeled ”Gifts”. The building next to that one has a sign labeled ”Half Moon”. There are utility poles along the road in front of the shops. In the background is a church located on the hill. There are several trees in the background as well. On the back is labeled ”Weirs Beach, N.H. Weirs Beach is a popular resort on the western shores of Lake Winnipesaukee and is the scene of much summer activity. Shown here is its spacious boardwalk and complete shopping area. Photo by Don Sieburg”. Also on the back is labeled ”N.H./Vt. Plastichrome Distributor - Don Sieburg, New London, N.H.” as well as ”Plastichrome by Colourpicture Publishers Inc., Boston 15, Mass., U.S.A.”
· Date: Fri February 12, 2010 · Views: 4054 · Filesize: 32.0kb, 83.3kb · Dimensions: 640 x 406 ·
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