Here is the original aerial photo of Lakeport, Opeechee, and Paugus. Actually the photo shows quite a bit of downtown Laconia as well. Click here to SUPERSIZE this photo.



Here is an alternate view looking North of Paugus Bay, taken by Frank Forward. Click here to SUPERSIZE this photo of Paugus Bay.



We also have this alternate view looking North, taken by Dick Smith. Click here to SUPERSIZE this photo of Lakeport, Opeechee, and Paugus.



Here is another alternate view looking North, which shows not only Lakeport, Opechee, and Paugus, but also Laconia and Winnipesaukee!
This superb aerial photo was taken by Jim Abts, who also took the WeirsBeach.com home page aerial photo.
Click here to SUPERSIZE this photo of Laconia.



Here is another, older aerial view of downtown Laconia, this time looking in a Northeast direction towards the Belknap mountains.
This photo was taken before the 1966-1976 urban renewal, when many of the downtown's historic brick buildings were demolished.
Click here to enlarge the photo.



Here is another view of Lakeport by Frank Forward, looking in the same direction as the above photo - towards the Belknap mountains.
Click here to SUPERSIZE.



Yet another view of downtown Laconia, this one looking in still another direction, towards the Northwest, and taken circa 1976, or shortly after urban renewal had been completed.
Click here to double size the photo.

Here is a view of downtown Laconia, looking nearly straight down, taken in the early 1960's, prior to urban renewal.
Click here to double size the photo.

Here is a close-up aerial view of downtown Laconia in the 1940's.
Click here to double size the photo.