New Hampshire’s dominance during the time of the industrial revolution cannot be denied. The state’s waterways provided power to many mills and factories and mills and shipbuilding was a major industry here in the 18th and 19th centuries. One historic small town in NH is a well-preserved example of this manufacturing era and history buffs will find it fascinating.

Those with an interest in the industrial history of the state will enjoy walking the downtown of this historic small town in NH. If you’re like me, it’s also a very photogenic place to capture images. For more information, visit the Town of Newmarket website and follow the Town of Newmarket on Facebook.

Fortunately, New Hampshire is graced with many towns and villages that hold lots of interesting history. Here are four of them where you can take a historical trolley tour and visit one small town that is seemingly frozen in time.

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