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The map shows the trolleys route from Concord's Monument Square to Woods Square in Hudson and the connecting trolleys, roads and rail roads.

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A composite of two postcards showing the car barn, power plant and superintend's resident of the C, M & H Trolley.

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A joint committee of the Massachusetts Legislature that conferred on trolley issues.
Charles H. Persons, the Maynard Representative, was on this committee. Top row left.

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Panoramic photograph shows where the Concord, Maynard and Hudson Railway connects to the Lowell, Acton and Maynard line.

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The trolley car barn as seen from Summer Hill Road

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The trolley car is coming from Maynard turning the corner from Main Street onto Church Street in West Concord.

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This coat was worn by Thomas J. Lawlor, who was a conductor for fourteen years for the Concord, Maynard and Hudson Street Railway Company.

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A view of Main Street at the Maynard (Masonic) Block and the band stand. The post office was in the Masonic Block.

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A trolley car crossing the Assabet River at the Powder Mill Woods.

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The trolley first went into service in 1901. Here a car is returning from Concord on Powder Mill Road approaching a turn onto Summer Street.

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Men identified in photos are: Phil Bower, Cornelius Lynch and Ed Ledgard.

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The photo shows the Superintend's House, Power Station, and Car Barn/Office.

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The electricity to run the trolley was generated in this building. It was a brick building with iron trusses, 48 by 120 ft., covered with a wood roof overlaid with tar and gravel.
The interior of the structure had two Babcock & Wilcox boilers…

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The car is on Nason St. returning from South Acton. The watering trough in the foreground is now at the corner of Acton and Summer Streets in front of the fire station.