New Hampshire: The Webcam Tourist

Sometimes I can’t resist the urge

to visit a webcam site and see how various parts of New Hampshire are faring.

Is it raining?  Are there crowds? Or even snow?  I can discover comfortably from in front of my computer, thanks to the ever-growing use of webcams.  From the top of Mount Washington to Nubble Light (yes, I know that is in Maine, not New Hampshire), I can virtually visit whenever I feel like it.

According to Wikipedia, the very first webcam was started in 1991, and was pointed at the Trojan room coffee pot in the computer science department of Cambridge University.  Yeah, yeah I know it doesn’t sound very exciting NOW. But trust me, at the time it was jaw dropping.

Do you have a favorite New Hampshire webcam? (Or even one that is not in New Hampshire)

Janice

Enjoy some of my favorite Web Cam Links:

Dublin NH (The Almanac) Webcam

Franconia, New Hampshire Webcam

Hampton Beach Webcam

– Hanover NH, Baker Tower at Dartmouth College

Laconia & Wiers Beach Webcams

– Moultonborough NH (Moultonborough Historical Society)

New England Web Cams

– NH Live WebCam Directory

-NH1 LiveWeather Cams at:   Elliott Hospital view of Manchester NH | Concord NH | Keene NH | Laconia NH (waterfront) | Nashua NH | Lincoln NH (Loon Mountain) | Rye NH (seacoast)

Cathedral Ledge, North Conway-

– Plymouth NH Webcam

Portsmouth NH Memorial Bridge Cam  |  Portsmouth NH Market Square Cam | Portsmouth Harbor Web Cam

Rattlesnake Island, Lake Winnepesaukee (sometimes working)

Mt. Monadnock (view from Franklin Pierce College campus in Rindge NH)

Yankee Magazine Webcam– (Just Yankee Magazine Headquarters in Dublin NH)

Camnet – New England Air Pollution & Visibility Monitoring

Webcam Locator

*List updated March 2017*

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