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Tilton
Tilton, New Hampshire 03276

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Belknap County

RR tracks betw Manville and Noyes Rds, Tilton
Coordinates: 43.4608564, -71.5483823
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Silver Lake, Tilton/Belmont
Coordinates: 43.4653792, -71.5391922
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Silver Lake Outlet, Tilton/Belmont
Coordinates: 43.4580941, -71.5386222
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Silver Lake–Lochmere Dam, Tilton/Belmont
Coordinates: 43.4732746, -71.5334201
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Winnipesaukee River above Rt. 140 Bridge, Tilton/Northfield
Coordinates: 43.4542429, -71.5620875
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About Tilton
Tilton is a town on the Winnipesaukee River in Belknap County. It includes the village of Lochmere. Tilton is home to the Tilton School, a private preparatory school.

The town has a total area of 12.0 square miles. Tilton is drained by the Winnipesaukee River. It is bounded in the east by Silver and Winnisquam lakes.

The highest point in Tilton is 866 feet above sea level, along the town’s northern border, near the summit of Calef Hill.
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