Reports of the Engineers of the Western Rail Road Corporation, Made to the Directors, in 1836-7 (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 2018 M01 6 - 516 pages
Excerpt from Reports of the Engineers of the Western Rail Road Corporation, Made to the Directors, in 1836-7
The Directors were reminded that it was not possible for passengers to hire themselves transported from the Depot of the Boston, Norwich. Nashua and Providence Roads, to the Western Depot, without incurring additional expense, and being subjected to the hazard of the loss of bag gage. And often being prevented from regularly pursuing their journey, by the delay of a few minutes in passing from one Depot to the other; that the amount of these inconveniences would be constantly increasing, as the lines of Rail Roads connected with the roads now in use were multiplied. And to show that they were multiplying, they referred to the Stony Brook road, so called, which is to connect the and the Roads that centre there with the Nashua rom to the Barre and South Gardner Road, connecting the Vermont and Massachusetts Road with the various roads at Worcester.
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