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Claremont New Hampshire Bicycle Consignment Sale Event in Claremont New Hampshire, are you looking for a good used bicycle for yourself or for someone in your family? Or maybe you or a family member are looking to selling a bicycle. Will you sure are in luck with this here up coming Bicycle Consignment Sale Event.
This is the Claremont Cycle Depot's Fifth Annual Bicycle Consignment. The sale will be held outside the Store under a big yellow tent that they will have set up. If you happen to be wanting to sale a bicycle or bicycles, they will be accepting all brands and styles of bicycles that are either for adults or kids. You able to drop your bicycle or bicycles off at the Claremont Cycle Depot Between Tuesday the 24th and Thursday the 26th of May 2011.
Claremont New Hampshire Bicycle Consignment Sale Event in Claremont New Hampshire, if you are looking to buy a bicycle, then be sure to go to and attend the Claremont Cycle Depot's Fifth Annual Bicycle Consignment Sale Event. The staff sure will be mighty happy to help you find a used bicycle, that will fit you and the one that will fit your need of a bicycle. The event is being held on Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th of May 2011.
The Claremont Cycle Depot is located in the Historical Claremont Train Depot. Which is located at 12 Plains Road and Maple Avenue in Claremont, New Hampshire. The Claremont Cycle Depot's hours are Monday though Thursday 10:00 A.M. to 5:30 P.M., Fridays 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. and Saturdays 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. and they are closed on Sundays. For those that live with in the other near by States, remember there is no sales tax to pay in the State of New Hampshire.
Claremont New Hampshire Bicycle Consignment Sale Event in Claremont New Hampshire, the Claremont Train Depot is located about two and a half miles west of downtown and near the municipal airport. Travelers on the Vermonter use a concrete platform abutting a former Boston and Maine Railroad (B&M) depot erected in 1920 that is currently the Claremont Cycle DepotStore. Similar to many of its contemporaries, the one-storey depot has a high hipped roof that creates deep eaves that were meant to protect passengers from inclement weather as they waited outside for the arrival of the train. In Historic photographs, the station sports a distinctive two color paint scheme in which the base was a darker color than the main body, helping to visually ground the structure. The essential form of the station remains as it was a century ago but for some changes to the window and door openings.
When European explorers first visited what is now Southwestern New Hampshire, it was primarily inhabited by the Abenaki Native American Indians who belonged to the Algonquian Language Family. Unlike portions of the coast, the New England interior was difficult to access due to mountain ranges and thick forests. Many scholars believe that it was not densely settled and was instead used as a seasonal hunting ground by various tribes; early explorers described great quantities of beavers and otters that were sought after for their furs. The interior remained beyond the sphere of European colonists well into the mid-18th century and acted as a buffer zone between the French towns of southern Canada and the English settlements of coastal New England. The region only became attractive to a greater number of English Colonists after the British defeated the French in 1760 and gained permanent control of Canada.
Claremont New Hampshire Bicycle Consignment Sale Event in Claremont New Hampshire, then in the mid-18th century, New Hampshire'sGovernor Benning Wentworth began chartering numerous Towns throughout the western part of the colony and into what is now Vermont. Benning Wentworth was especially interested in the region due to its stands of timber which could be used in boat building, a lucrative industry on the New Hampshire coast. Trees such as white pines were highly valued for ship components such as masts. In 1764, Claremont was granted to 70 proprietors, most of whom never set foot on the territory since it was intended as a real estate investment. The parcel was named after a country manor house located in Surrey, England that was owned by Benning Wentworth’s relative Thomas Pelham-Holles, Earl of Clare, who was also a two-time Prime Minister.
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Localism information by Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections blog post 1,170- 23 May 2011 Claremont, New Hampshire
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