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At the Florida Rd. railroad bridge (Assabet House is visible in the background).

A receipt of goods shipped to H. H. Townsend, Union Depot (Manchester), New Hampshire from the Assabet Manufacturing Co. ( woolen mill) via the Marlboro Division of the Fitchburg Railroad. Amory Maynard at that that time was the Mill Agent.…

The Assabet Mills is on the right behind the Mill Pond. The train depot is center back.

First photo taken 1902, the second in 1912.
Located on Main Street across from the Assabet Mill. The first picture was taken in the early 1900's by R.J. Keep of East Jaffrey, NH from where the Country Store [formerly] stood. Enlargement was made by…

Looking east on Main Street. Located at xx Main Street. Built in 1850. It was turn down in 1957.


This was the Lake Boon end of the ride on the Assabet River from Maynard. The Boston & Maine Railroad Station in background.

The “Princess” carried passengers from the railroad and from the river boats around Lake Boon, stopping at several places.

Trains collided at Baker Bridge in Lincoln on the Boston & Maine Railroad on November 26, 1905. Several Maynard people on the train from Boston. Miss May Campbell was killed. Others seriously injured - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Batley, Harvey Broadbent…

Sunday, April 16, 1911. See A89, A263


John Rounds, Manager; William Hunt, Arley Lawrence and Frank Smith, drivers.


Pictured is the train about to leave for Boston. Before the arrival of automobiles several trains per day left Maynard for Boston and Marlboro.

Time table for the Boston to Fitchburg line including the Ashburnham, Greenville, Watertown and Milford Branchl.

Eight folders that contain histories, newspaper clippings, schedules, tickets, boating news, train wrecks and accident information and general information on the state of public transportation in Maynard