Roy Sanborn's Store in Glen, N.H.  It closed in the mid 1960's and became Gabby's Pub.  As of this writing it is the Margarita Grill Restaurant, Across the Street from Patch's Marketplace. Click the picture for a larger version.  Thanks to Robert Gerouard for this picture.Roy Sanborn's Store Glen NH

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cannells glen nh
Cannell's in Glen about 1935.  At this time the highway ran about 600 feet south of its current location near the Jericho Road area.
Spruce Knoll
Before it was the Woodshed it was Spruce Knoll Cottages.  Pop Foisey and Norbert were the proprietors.  Click either picture for a size you can almost look in the windows.

Nancy Grant Bartlett sent this photo:  "Here is my great-grandfather, Frank Burnell. He was the station agent in Glen and lived in the red house next door to my house." 

Frank Burnell
Glen Railroad Depot

UnDated Glen Railroad Station.  Mt. Kearsarge in background.  Click the picture for a large size.
Sanborns StoreSanborn's Store, Glen, NH. This photo is probably from the early 1960's
Read this 1938 postcard message by clicking it.


Eventually horses replaced gas pumps.  These cards courtesy of Michael Bannon.

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Folks at The Glen Railroad Station.  I have no names for these folks.  Tell me if you recognize anyone.  Click the pictures for a large size.

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