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Boston Elevated Train Forest Hills Station Storage Yards Photo

Boston Elevated Train Forest Hills Station Storage Yards Photo

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Boston Elevated Train Forest Hills Station Storage Yards Photo

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Boston Elevated Railway, Elevated Mainline, Washington Street, Boston, Suffolk County, MA

Photo shows view of elevated train near the Forest Hills storage yards - looking North - from roof of Tower 'H'. This portion is designated as Section F-7. Photo dates to 1980s.

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Boston Elevated Railway, Elevated Mainline, Washington Street, Boston, Suffolk County, MA

Photo shows view of elevated train near the Forest Hills storage yards - looking North - from roof of Tower 'H'. This portion is designated as Section F-7. Photo dates to 1980s.

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Filter by Photo Date: 1970-1979
Print Sizes 8x10, 5x7, 16x20, 17x22, 24x36, Canvas (16x20), Canvas (24x30)
Photo Dimensions: N/A
Paper Dimensions: N/A

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