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Fitchburg Furnace

Fitchburg Furnace

Fitchburg Furnace, also known as the Red River Furnace, is a former charcoal blast furnace turned historic site in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Kentucky.

Enfield Glen

Enfield Glen

Enfield Glen, encompassed within Treman State Park near Ithaca, New York, features two large waterfalls and numerous cascades.

Havana Glen

Havana Glen

Havana Glen, with the 40-foot Eagle Cliff Falls as its centerpiece, is located in the Finger Lakes town of Montour Falls, New York.

Van Nattas Falls

Wells Falls

Wells Falls is a 65-foot multi-tiered cascade adjacent to an abandoned pumping station in Ithaca, New York.

Texas Falls

Texas Falls

Texas Falls, located within the Green Mountain National Forest near Hanock, Vermont, is one of the most photographed waterfalls in the state.

Vermont State House

Vermont State House

The Vermont State House, located in downtown Montpelier, is the state capital of Vermont. The Greek Revival style was designed by Thomas Silloway in 1857 and was constructed between 1858-59, it was the third such structure on the site to be used as the State House.

Peacham, Vermont

Peacham, Vermont

Peacham, in the Northeast Kingdom region of Vermont, is known for being the most photographed small town in the state.

Moss Glen Falls

Moss Glen Falls

Moss Glen Falls is a 125-foot waterfall along Moss Glen Brook near Stowe, Vermont. It is comprised of several small falls, a 33-foot drop, and a 62-foot drop.

Stowe Pumpkins

Stowe Pumpkins

Every year in October, behind the Mansfield Valley Poultry in Stowe, Vermont, is an autumn splendour: hundreds of bright orange pumpkins.

Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge

Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge

The Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge is a covered Town Lattice truss that once carried the St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County Railroad over the Lamoille River in Wolcott, Vermont.

Joe's Pond

Joe’s Pond

Joe’s Pond, a tranquil lake located in West Danville, Vermont, is lined with quaint cottages, vacation homes and docks and bracketed by numerous rolling hills.

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