The town is a rural bedroom town with no industry and little commerce. Geographically, the town is divided by a ridge of mountains: Winn (1,075 feet), Rose (1,710 feet), Pinnacle (1,680 feet), and Piscataquog (1,262 feet), all are part of the Pack Monadnock Range. Stoney Brook, the largest tributary of the Souhegan River, flows through the southern part of the town. South Lyndeborough, located on Route 31, is the largest village and contains the school, Post Office, Fire Station, and Citizens' Hall, originally built for social events but now used as the town offices. Lyndeborough Center, two miles away on Center Road, is the site of the Town Hall (now used for small meetings and social affairs), the old Town Pound, and the former Congregational Church. Population 1,748


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