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Free Photos > USA Photos > New Hampshire Photos > Other New Hampshire Photos > Sunapee's 100-foot ladder in New Hampshire (49/59)

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Sunapee's 100-foot ladder in New Hampshire. Photo by Public Domain.

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This photo is under the CC0 / Public Domain License.