The Abandoned Town In New Hampshire That Most People Stay Far, Far Away From

Not too long ago, New Hampshire was a thriving logging economy. The White Mountains bustled with activity from logging sites and sawmills, and trains carried the lumber to the rest of the country and even beyond. Hundreds of people moved north in the state to work in the lumber industry, so it’s not surprising that small towns popped up all throughout New Hampshire. Yet when the timber industry died off, these towns went from bustling communities to ghost towns virtually overnight. One of the most famous is Livermore, a town that is still evidenced deep in the White Mountains, although most people stay far, far away.

Learn more about the town of Livermore and see the ruins first hand in this video:

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