Mailing Address:

Wakefield Heritage Commission

Town of Wakefield

2 High Street

Wakefield NH 03872 USA

info@historicwakefieldnh.com




We welcome you to visit and bring the kids for a fun day!


These visitors were enjoying their visit to Heritage Park, and allowed to help run B&M locomotive #27 into the Sanbornville roundhouse using the turntable.  This unique journey included a rare passage over the causeway through the Milton / Union pond with a newly established beaver lodge with beavers hard at work. The overall view of the B&M Roundhouse & Maintenance buildings include the newly modeled carpenter shop which is where the devastating fire started in 1911 when the shop crew threw some trash in the furnace just before quitting time at 4 PM. 

We are open Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon until 4 PM, July through September 24th.

Generally, the Wakefield Heritage Commission meets the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Wakefield Town Hall, 2 High St, Sanbornville. The public is welcome to attend. Our meetings are also recorded on ClearView Community TV and can be viewed on YouTube or on www.clearviewtv2.com. Minutes of our meetings are available on the Town of Wakefield website, wakefieldnh.com.



Pam Wiggin, Chair

Phil Twombley, Vice Chair

Mark Duffy, Board of Selectmen Representative

Connie Twombley, Member

Nancy Hall, Member

Carroll "Snooky" Shea, Member

Rick Poore, Member

Nancy Lacroix-Britton, Alternate

Geof Denley, Alternate

Paul Zayac, Alternate

Jeanne Loughan, Alternate

Nancy Bancroft, Alternate

Craig Farley, Alternate



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