PHOTOS: The not-quite-news photos you didn't get to see (yet) in 2018

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION - Being a news photographer means carrying a camera pretty much everywhere and taking a lot of pictures in a year's time (in my case that was more than 70,000 frames in 2018, but it gets less impressive when you consider how many frames-per-second these new cameras fire:)

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    Here are four dozen pictures from this past year, most of which were taken around downtown White River Junction, that didn't end up being news but that I just liked for their own sake:

Hartford firefighters help clean up the mess from a frozen sprinkler pipe on Railroad Row

Hartford Police Sgt. Connie Kelley pushes a stuck car loose during a snow storm

Ice weighs down the trees along Interstate 89 in New Hampshire

A PanAm Railway worker makes sure a special executive excursion train stays on the tracks

Windsor County State's Attorney David Cahill with a stack of case files

Strelka and Belka take Eminent Rotarian David Fairbanks Ford for a walk

Hartford firefighters and police respond to a medical call under the Urban Bridge late at night

Another day, another dinosaur, at the Hartland Diner

 A red-tailed hawk keeps an eye on the drive-thru at People's United bank

The safe was one of the last things to leave the Polka Dot Diner

An engineer in a "snooper truck" inspects the underside of the White River railroad trestle

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