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Union Freight Railroad Company. A short railroad that ran down the middle of Atlantic Avenue in Boston. It was established to connect the northern and southern running railroad lines so that freight-cars could be exchanged between the lines. It extended from Lowell Railroad station (Lowell Street) to the Old Colony Station on Kneeland Street. It was also used to transfer cars directly to outbound vessels at the local deep water wharfs. The railroad operated mainly at night and was jointly owned by Old Colony Railroad and the Boston and Providence Railroad.
Stock. Issued in 1975 to Samuel L. Crocker. #88. Very rare issued but readily available unissued. Samual L. Crocker was from Taunton and a director of the Old Colony Railroad.
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