Windam New Hampshire Restored Depot
Windham Depot once stood at the junction of two Boston and Maine RR lines. It was where the Worcester, Nashua and Portland Division main line and the Manchester and Lawrence Branch crossed. The right of way within the Town of Windham is a paved bike trail. - Windham once had a ball signal. One ball allowed W.N. & P. trains to cross the diamond, 2 balls allowed M&L Branch trains to cross the diamond. The Winter 1976 / 1977 edition of the B&M Bulletin has a major article on Windham with track diagram and many photos. There is a B&M caboose on display at Windham. Depot and freight house have been restored. The plaque on the station says it was built in 1849 and saw its last regular passenger train in 1953.