Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert Liljestrand Soft Cover
Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert Liljestrand Soft Cover
Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert Liljestrand Soft Cover
Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert Liljestrand Soft Cover

Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert Liljestrand Soft Cover

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Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert Liljestrand Soft Cover
 
Rails Across Boston Vol. I : South & West By: Robert A. Liljestrand
Soft Cover
Pages 48
Copyright

Contents
IntroductionPage 3
MapPage 4
South StationPage 6
Back Bay StationPage 10
New Haven RailroadPage 16
Boston & Albany RailroadPage 28
Beacon Park YardPage 31
Exeter St. Coach YardPage 38
Trinity PlacePage 44
Index page 48

INTRODUCTION
Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and the largest city in New England. Founded during 1630 as the main settlement of the Massachusetts Bay Company, an English firm organized to develop and manage trade between England and its New England colonies, Boston became an early center of American commerce and industry.
With its deep well-sheltered harbor, Boston was undisputed as the commercial hub of colonial New England. Opposition to British colonial rule was strong in Boston well before the American Revolution. In fact, the the Revolutionary War began with Paul Revere's famous ride from Boston to Lexington and Concord which was triggered by the famous lantern signals from the tower of nearby old North Church. Once war broke out between the colonists and the English. Boston became a center of armed resistance. However. despite the heroic actions of local patriots and George Washington's Continental Army, Boston remained under British occupation until March 1776.

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