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Respect private property. When out exploring old train stations or abandoned rail lines, someone still owns the land. If the station building is now a private residence, can you imagine someone peering in your window to see if the interior is original? Keep your distance, but if you're curious knock on the door.
When railfanning on an active rail line, absolutely no tresspassing on the railroad corridor. Watch from public spaces or crossings.
Nashua City Station is not affiliated with any business or organization mentioned within the text of this website. Nashua City Station is an educational, privately-owned website by Matthew Cosgro.