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    Staircase in the woods in New Hampshire

    • Emily Girondo

      Wonderful thing: Staircases to nowhere. This old set of stairs is located in the woods of New Hampshire. I just love the idea that those stairs were once a part of some ancient home or building that's now long forgotten.

    • smgtreppen

      Stairway 2 by Glass_house (flickr) the Madame Sherri Forest, Chesterfield, NH #nature #autumn #fall_colors #ruins #staircase Treppen Stairs Escaleras repinned by #smgtreppen

    • Yvonne Heidt

      The ruins of Madame Sherrie's Chesterfield, New Hampshire. Image by: Dawnielle Castledine It reminds me of "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin

    • Bridget Du Haime

      Staircase in the woods in New Hampshire. This would be an awesome place to do a photo shoot!

    • Amanda Hoedebeck-Phoenix

      Staircase in the woods in New Hampshire, again another fabulous place for photos!

    • Vida Snyder

      Staircase in the woods in New Hampshire] Great place for a photo shoot

    • Leigh Elward

      Staircase in the woods in New Hampshire ... or stairway to heaven ...

    • Lauren Breheney

      Stair case and ruins in new hampshire

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