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The Stone Building in the background is the Historic Kirby Mill.

My Mom, Rose Aimee Nadeau, born 1917 in St Apolline. Brothers Octave, Joseph, Arthur, Albert lived until until 1999. Cousins intermarried with Couture and many others.

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I was the midnight operator of Travelers Hotline back in the 1970's and 80's.

Very nice view, good shot.

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greetings,Magdi

76 Andover residents banded together in 1886 and built Andover Creamery. Up until then each family churned their own butter by hand. The churns at the creamery were steam-powered. The company also shipped butter out to distant markets via the nearby railroad line. The company prospered until 1915, then became a general store and gas station, then demolished in 2002. A new covered bridge of the Hop River Trail, a hiking and bicycle trail running from Bolton Notch down to Columbia Connecticut. [HOP RIVER CORRIDOR]

"Seventy-Six Andover residents banded together in 1886 and built Andover Creamery. Up until then each family churned their own butter by hand. The churns at the creamery were steam-powered. The company also shipped out butter to distant markets via the nearby railroad line. The company prospered until 1915, then the building became a general store and gas station, then demolished in 2002 for the creation of a veterans park. Now it is the site of the covered bridge of the Hop River Trail, a hiking and bicycle trail running from Bolton Notch down to Columbia Connecticut."

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