I'm curious about the MEC's old branch that went from Quebec Junction, N.H., up through Colebrook and Beecher Falls to Cookshire and Lime Ridge, Quebec. I was in the Cookshire-Sawyerville area not long ago and found that the RoW is not only visible, but in remarkable condition, given that it's been gone for many decades. (There's an even a short trestle that is still standing over a stream in Cookshire, obviously VERY long dormant, completely intact --- though I wouldn't want to walk over it.) R.D. Karr indicates that the MEC abandoned the line in 1925, but the CP subsequently took over 14 miles of it in Quebec abandoning it sometime thereafter. My question: Did the segment the CP purchased go from Cookshire south or Cookshire north?