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Trolley car near Great Boar's Head after a storm, early 1900s
A trolley car is stopped on the tracks near Great Boar's Head in the aftermath of a storm that left debris strewn across the tracks. Standing in front of the car, from left to right, are Conductor Lewis Clark, Selectman Joseph B. Brown, and Motorman George Fifield. The trolley car has the number 12 on it and a sign reading its destination of "Hampton Beach".
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Neighborhood: Great Boar's Head
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Format of Original: Published
Available in a published source?: Randall's History of Hampton,
p.78
Subjects:    People:    Businesses and Organizations:
Trolleys
Trolley Conductors
Storm Damage
Selectmen
Railroad Workers
   Clark, Lewis
Brown, Joseph B.
Fifield, George
  
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