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White River Junction Historic Marker


Location of sign - A few miles north of the junction of I-91 and I-89, White River Junction, Vermont


Photo taken June 2008


White River Junction Historic Marker, Vermont White River Junction Historic Marker

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Wayne


Text of sign:




Gateway to Green Mt. State


White River Junction, a natural transportation center, is where highways, rivers, and railways converge.  In 1759, the rapids at the 

confluence of the White and Conn. Rivers nearly brought death to Robert Rogers and 3 Rangers.  Vermont's first train ran from the

Junction to Bethel in 1848.


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