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Beginning in 1945, Keene was a stopping point for the Boston & Maine's streamlined trainset known at that time as the Cheshire. Nelson Blount chose the city for the site of his Steamtown, U. In 1978 the B&M leased switching operations in Keene to the Green Mountain Railroad, which took over the entire Ashuelot Branch in 1982.Customer decline and track conditions forced the Green Mountain to end service on the Ashuelot Branch in 1983 and return operating rights to the B&M. Land was set off for the towns of Sullivan and Roxbury, although Keene would annex 154 acres (0.62 km Timothy Dwight, the Yale president who chronicled his travels, called the town "..of the prettiest in New England." Situated on an ancient lake bed surrounded by hills, the valley with fertile meadows was excellent for farming. Located at the center of Cheshire County, it became county seat in 1769.We have been here since August, and we are slowly starting to make friends, but I figure I might be able to make more here! We just went to Europe and Hawaii this past summer. =) It's not necessarily hard to make friends, but it's not easy either. I live in a small town and most of the people I work with don't have kids, so even though its fun to hang out with them, it'd be nice to hang out with someone who has kids too. Yea, that picture was taken in July 2008 at Chichen Itza in Mexico. New England manufacturing declined in the 20th century, however, particularly during the Great Depression. Keene became a manufacturing center for wooden-ware, pails, chairs, sashes, shutters, doors, pottery, glass, soap, woolen textiles, shoes, saddles, mowing machines, carriages and sleighs. Keene was incorporated as a city in 1874, and by 1880 had a population of 6,784.
In 1995 the freight house, one of the last remaining railroad buildings in town, burned due to arson. English minister to Spain and a West Indies trader. In 1747, during King George's War, the village was attacked and burned by Natives. Keene's manufacturing success was brought on in part by its importance as a railroad city, being the meeting place of the Cheshire Railroad, the Manchester & Keene Railroad, and the Ashuelot Railroad. An example is the Keene Public Library, which occupies a Second Empire mansion built about 1869 by manufacturer Henry Colony.