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  • Subject contains "Boston and Maine Railroad"

Date: 1930
Description: "Local resident Ernie Payro, son of Joseph Payro, took this photo of the 'Big Freight' with its 100 cars, in July 1930. It was taken during a time when Boston and Maine Railroad was celebrating the…[More]

Description: "Many children of the 1930's and 1940's were in awe of the 'Flying Yankee', with its green and gold locomotive, nickel-plated cylinder heads and brass name plate at its front. The nonstop express…

Date: 1939
Description: "The number of riders on the Boston & Maine Railroad began to decline during the 1920s, leading to the abandonment of one of the three lines which served the town in 1926. Traveling to Boston by car…[More]

Date: 1914
Description: Copied from Picture
Collection: Helen Cutter Slides

Creator: Towle, Herbert C.
Date: 05-25-1956

Date: 05-25-1956

Creator: Towle, Herbert C.
Date: 1978
Description: "Boston - 12 miles. "

Date: 1845-1868
Description: "B&M RR painting by Franklin Poole. Depot erected in 1845 and partly destroyed by fire April 18, 1868."

Date: 1982
Description: From the Reading Chronicle files, 1982.

Description: Boston and Maine Railroad, Prides Station, 594 Hale Street, Prides Crossing

Date: 1915
Description: B&M Railroad Fireman and Engineer Engineer: Timothy Hawkes ; Fireman: unknown

Description: Photograph of private passenger car storage building at North Beverly Railroad Station, Enon Street at Dodge Street. The building was located north of the northbound platform. The building has been…[More]

Date: ca. 1900
Description: Photograph of Boston and Maine Railroad, North Beverly Railroad Station, Enon Street at Dodge Street. The view is northbound towards Newburyport. The buildings have been torn down.

Description: Photograph of Boston and Maine Railroad, North Beverly Railroad Station, Enon Street at Dodge Street. The building has been torn down.

Description: Photograph of Boston and Maine Railroad, North Beverly Railroad Station, Enon Street at Dodge Street. The building has been torn down.