Zoar, Massachusetts

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B&M Railroad Station in 1908

Zoar is a village within the town of Rowe in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States on the east bank of the Deerfield River.[1] The town is part of a popular recreation area for white water rafters and railroad enthusiasts. It was once served by the Hoosac Tunnel rail line of the Boston & Maine Railroad. No trains stop at Zoar in modern times; however, the rail line continues to be active as freight only, operated by Pan Am Railways.

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  1. ^ Town of Rowe, Massachusetts - A Brief Town History Archived July 18, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.

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Coordinates: 42°39′09″N 72°55′53″W / 42.65250°N 72.93139°W / 42.65250; -72.93139