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Photos: Not-So-Easy Street — A Rural Vermont Drive-By 

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Glenn Russell
A sign marks the offices of the Brookfield Town Clerk.
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A former bank building for sale in Hardwick.
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A foot bridge spans the Lamoille River in Hardwick.
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The Post Office in Randolph Center.
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Buildings in downtown Bethel back onto the White River.
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Chelsea's twin storefronts: the former Chelsea Country Store and Will's Store. Read more here »
Don Whipple
Holland Elementary School
Glenn Russell
The intersection of Spring Road and Route 110 in Tunbridge.
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Main Street, Bethel.
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Satellite dishes sprout from an apartment building in Washington.
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An abandoned telephone booth in Randolph Center.
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Central Market, Main Street, Bethel.
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Willey's Store in Greensboro.
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A closed store in Wolcott.
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View from the road south of Chelsea.
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A hub cap adorns a snowed-in fence around an unoccupied house in Brookfield.
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A business space for rent in Plainfield.
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Main Street in Hardwick.
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Downtown Hardwick.
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The intersection of Stone Road and Route 65 in Brookfield.
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A sign marks the offices of the Brookfield Town Clerk.

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