Railroad Miles from Concord.
Bold face indicates telegraph station in 1923
Italic face indicates point beyond end of rail-trail
This rail-trail is maintained as part of Corridor #5 by the Baker Valley Snowmobile Club whose trails are open only during snowmobile season.
The railroad bed is apparently used as a snowmobile trail between Wentworth and Warren, roughly paralleling East Side Road. The trail apparently begins in the middle of King's Lumber Mill on East Side Road near the Wentworth Common. It ends in Warren just north of the Wentworth Town Line at the point when a relocated section of Route 25 begins to occupy the railroad bed. Note that the Warren to Glencliff trail begins across the highway from this point.
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USGS Topographic map of Wentworth
The Wentworth Depot was formerly located on the south side of East Side Road, in the dip in the road just east of the old bridge in what has become an important part of King's Lumber Yard. The depot has since been relocated west of the bridge across the road from the old Town Hall (1899), and is being slowly restored by the volunteers of the Wentworth Historical Society. An ancient truss bridge (1902 ) allows trail users (no vehicles) to cross the river to the very attractive Wentworth Common.
The Wentworth Post Office is located on the Wentworth Common.
Shawnee's (convenience store) is located on Route 25 just south of the end of East Side Road.
An undesignated bike route is available between Warren, Wentworth, and Plymouth over the following roads:
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Services in Warren are listed on the Warren page of the Jesse E. Bushaw Memorial Trail.
Updated on March 23, 2001 by Kenyon F.
Unintentional errors are likely!