Lake Sunapee Postcards Lake Sunapee Postcard History By Paul D. Rheingold Paperback Available from Amazon.com Click here to view Lake Sunapee postcards for sale on eBay right now! Enjoy these beautiful Lake Sunapee postcards of a bygone era. Lake Sunapee from east side between Newbury and Blodgetts Landing Hedgehog Fishing Grounds and Mount Sunapee Looking southwest towards Newbury. Hedgehog is the deepest part of Lake Sunapee The Steamer “Armenia White” Docked at Lakeside Landing Sunapee Harbor, Lake Sunapee, N.H. From the vantage point where the Anchorage Restaurant now stands showing the Ben Mere Inn with a steamship at the dock. Lake Sunapee Looking Towards Newbury, N.H. The lake shore with the old railroad tracks that ran along the west shore of the lake. Lake Sunapee at Sunapee Harbor The now demolished Ben Mere Inn with several steamships at the dock. “Kearsarge,” Lake Sunapee, N.H. The original Kearsarge steamboat that was the inspiration for the MV Kearsarge steamboat replica that now sails the lake. Woods and Mountains from Granliden Hotel The Harbor at Georges Mills Georges Mills from Lake Sunapee Lake Sunapee, N.H., Steamer Landing, Blodgetts. From the now demolished steamboat landing looking west across the lake to Great Island and Little Island. Landing at Blodgetts, Lake Sunapee, N.H. An early primitive steamboat landing, looking as if it may collapse under the weight of waiting passengers. Steamers at Lake Station, Lake Sunapee, N.H. Two unidentified steamboats docked at Lake Station. Sailing on Lake Sunapee, N.H. Looking westward across the lake into the sun setting behind a lone sailboat. Click here to view Lake Sunapee postcards for sale on eBay right now!