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Greater Newburyport Scenes

Seal at Newburyport by Tim Wareham

Like its NH neighbor, the town of Newbury was settled in the early 1600s and evolved into a successful seaport before the Revolution. Fires and stagnant trade followed, but the port rebounded through shipbuilding, manufacturing and now – tourism. Click for a colorful array of images from some of the region’s top shutterbugs.



Twin LIghts Photo Book
A dozen images by various artists
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Newburyport photo bookSeacoast NH residents are additionally fortunate to live wedged between two other scenic seashores – the North South of Massachusetts and South Coast Maine. New Hampshire's rarely forget that, in colonial times, both our neighbors, north and south, were part of the puritanical Massachusetts Bay Colony. Today, the extended shoreline is surprisingly unspoiled despite its increasing popularity with tourists.

The following gallery is excerpted from the popular Newburyport collection by Twin Lights Publishing. These photos, taken largely by amateurs, show how the best of images submitted to a contest.

Just 20 minutes from Portsmouth, Newburyport is a bustling high tech community. Yet its grand homes, restored brick warehouses and nearby natural preserve at Plum Island make for a superb holiday destination. Piscataqua history is closely tied to this region, the last major coastal stop on the old Post Road from Boston.

Joppa Flats by John Williams

Snowdrifts at Plum Island by Micahel Hubley

Gillis Bridge by Deverly Grady

Fox at Plum Islandby Kevin & Susan Psaros

Newburyport by Cynthia Lewis

All photographs from Greater Newburyport by Twin LIghts Publishing,
. Rockport, MA, 2000

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