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Town of Lemington

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Lemington is in northeastern Essex County along the Connecticut River, the border between Vermont and New Hampshire. The town is bordered to the southwest by Bloomfield, at its westernmost point by Lewis, to the northwest by Averill, and to the northeast by Canaan, all in Vermont. To the southeast, across the Connecticut, are the towns of Colebrook and Columbia, New Hampshire. Vermont Route 102 runs from south to north along the eastern edge of the town, following the Connecticut. Route 26 leads east across the Connecticut into Colebrook village. The villages of Lemington and Columbia are connected by the covered Columbia Bridge across the Connecticut.