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Old Colony Railroad

Map of the Old Colony Rail Road with its branches & connecting roads

You are viewing an unusual map of the Old Colony Rail Road with its branches & connecting roads, prepared under the direction of the Committee of Investigation, Jany. 1850, S. Dwight Eaton, Engr. It was taken in 1850.

Map shows Massachusetts from Boston to Wood's Hole and Providence, Rhode Island. Shows rivers, names and county borders, and indicates mileage between train stations. The Old Colony Railroad is double-tracked from Boston, south to South Braintree. The line was incorporated in 1844.

We have compiled this collection of photos primarily to serve as a vital educational tool. Contact curator@history-map.com for information or questions on this map.

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