Babe Ruth on the 10th Fairway, Mt Washington Hotel.
Caddy was John Donavon
The Evans Children (Ray at right)
THIS NOTE RECEIVED
FROM BOB: "Yes that photo of cutting ice is on the Saco lake....The
derailment is Wedge Snow plow #40. That is Gordon Evans on the plow. Page
#55 in the "Life by the Tracks" has a picture of the same wedge plow
This is Herb Chase he
was the station agent at the Crawford Staion. Look close at the rear tire.
This bike is not moving..good ole Herb has got it up on its stand!
Baseball game at Crawfords 1932
Maine Central Train and Mt Willard
Here's a rough looking bunch at Logging Camp #2, all seem to be wearing
their toughest faces on this day. Note the guy at right with puppy and
guy in back row left with a pet chipmunk. Do YOU know any of these
men? We would love to hear from you!
Snow Rolling in Livermore 1921
Livermore Postmark 1907
Letter from Railroad to Section Formen about dangerous crossings. July
Photo's we obtained from robert girouard. robert purchased them from the Raymond Evans Collection.
Raymond evans grew up in the Railroad Crew Section Forman's House next to the
tracks under the ledges of Mt Willard. his family is the
subject of a book titled "life by the tracks". Each of these
photos can be enlarged to full size by clicking on them. the enlarged
version opens in a new window. (nov 2010)
Livermore Postmark Feb 1921...perhaps written to an
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Unidentified picture, but if I had to guess I would say it is an ice cutting
project on Saco Pond near the Crawford House. The wooden structure was
used to lift the blocks of ice onto an awaiting transporter.
Maine Central Railroad Caboose #40, dated 27 March 1917, Gordon Evans
is atop the plow.
Hello!! My Name is Robert J. Girouard. Very
interested in Logging trains. Logging towns. Mostly New
Hampshire,White Mountain area. My wife and I stay in Lincoln Nh whenever we
can. Love Livermore Nh. anything Livermore Nh. Last year Raymond Willard
Evans New Hampshire collection came up for bids. I gave it my all, knowing
he had a great collection. Won a large amount of his collection ...but also
lost many. Love to share this collection with the surrounding towns around
Mt. Washington. This is their history. Play bass guitar in a Johnny Cash
tribute band called "Walk the Line band". . Photo..My wife and I on the
I have seen many photos of this shot, but none quite as close-up as this.