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Location DB > United States > New Hampshire > Campton > Livermore Falls Pulp Mill
 Name
Livermore Falls Pulp Mill
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 Database Info
created by dorian on 5/1/2008 2:11 AM
last modified by geoff5093 on 4/5/2010 9:21 PM
 Viewability
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 Overview
 Description
A shell of a once-impressive paper mill, the ruins are now coated in slime and rust. Among its noteworthy features are a central area that nature's reclaimed, surrounded by walls reminiscent of a castle's crenelations. It is easily accessed by anyone with a little bit of balance and quite worth a trip down to the substructure.
 Basic Information
Type: Building
Status: Abandoned
Accessibility: Easy
Recommendation: check it out if you're nearby
 Physical Information
Address

Campton, New Hampshire
United States
Owner: State of NH
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  •  Hazards
  • rust
  • water
  • rowdy college kids
  •  Interesting Features
    This piece of history makes for a diverse bit of exploration. It's a crumbling industrial ruins that has dilapidated bridges, railroad tracks, and underground structures. It's also set on a nice beach and has a fertile area of trees grown in. Perfect place for an afternoon picnic.
     Security Measures
  • No real security, path leading to it from railroad tracks
  •  Historical Dates
    Built: 1899
    Closed: 1955
     Required Equipment
  • flashlight
  •  Recommended Equipment
    Swimming Trunks, Rope
     History
    The mill at Livermore Falls was formerly a pulp mill for paper manufacture. It fell victim to the industrial decline in the area. Perhaps by coincidence, the former town of Livermore, a close neighbor to Campton and from which the mill borrows its name, has unincorporated as a township and currently has no living residents. After closing in the mid-50s it has succumbed to decay exacerbated by New England weather and the raging river it stands beside. It's seen some pretty extensive tagging, being a local hangout for students at a nearby college, but it fortunately doesn't take away from it's allure too much.
     Media Coverage

     Future Plans
    It's been sold to the state of NH and is part of the Livermore Falls State Forest
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    Spring 08
    Thu, May 1st, 2008
    posted by dorian
    12 pictures
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    Summer '09
    Wed, Sep 16th, 2009
    posted by geoff5093
    6 pictures
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    She loves it here
    Mon, Nov 1st, 2010
    posted by Weirdlig
    12 pictures
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    Hasn't changed much
    Sun, Nov 29th, 2015
    posted by geoff5093
    6 pictures


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     Web Links
    http://iussa.org/i...ore&page=livermore
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     Validation
    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Explorer Zero on 11/29/2015 1:29 PM.

     Latest Changes
  • on Nov 29 15 at 13:29, Explorer Zero validated this location
  • on Nov 29 15 at 1:37, geoff5093 added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Nov 29 15 at 1:34, geoff5093 created a new gallery
  • on Feb 28 11 at 19:58, Opheliaism validated this location
  • on Feb 28 11 at 19:56, Weirdlig updated gallery She loves it here
  • on Feb 28 11 at 19:56, Weirdlig reordered images in gallery She loves it here
  • on Feb 28 11 at 19:56, Weirdlig added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Feb 28 11 at 19:55, Weirdlig added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Feb 28 11 at 19:54, Weirdlig created a new gallery
  • on Apr 6 10 at 4:59, Steed validated this location
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