This color photograph documents the former location of 12 Maplewood Terrace, near the intersection of U.S. Routes 4 and 5 in White River Junction. 12 Maplewood Terrace and several neighboring dwellings were demolished when the two U.S. highways were widened and re-routed across a new bridge that was constructed over the White River. This highway engineering project accompanied the construction of I-91 along the west end of the city. In this image, North Main Street (U.S. 4 & 5) passes across the foreground and is lined by concrete sidewalks. A wood-frame, gable-roof dwelling stands on the far side of the road at the left edge of the image. A large, ornate carriage barn with rooftop cupola is attached to the rear of the dwelling. A few small trees and shrubs vegetate the manicured lawn. This dwelling faces off the camera and fronts the remaining section of Maplewood Terrace, which is accessible by foot via a set of stairs off the main highway. A parking lot abuts the property to the right. 12 Maplewood Terrace once stood where the parking lot is now located. A thickly-forested hill rises to the rear of the properties. The season is spring.