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This rock juts out of the river just before you make the turn at Crow Island

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.

Taken from Ben Smith’s Bridge

Behind 195 Main Street

The ice house is located in the center of the photo with the Johnson Pharmacy advertising. In front left may be seen the ice run. In left background is the Assabet River Launch boathouse and the Concord, Maynard and Hudson Street Railway car barn…

Photograph of the Mill and "canal" adjacent to Walnut Street (taken from the Main Street bridge) taken in 1915. Note the alternate or mis-spelling of Assabet ("Assabett") on the photograph. Also this is technically not the canal, but the…

Views of Assabet Mill from Walnut Street during the Flood of 1927.

First three photos are of the Powder Mills building surrounded by water from the flooded Assabet River.
The fourth photo is the Assabet River at the rear of the Middlesex Laundry near the Paper Mill (Waltham Street) Bridge. The last photo is the…

Until 1927 was located south of where the Assabet River runs under the "Paper Mill Bridge". Both the dam and the bridge was washed out in the flood of November 1927. The bridge was replaced and is being replaced again in 2012. The large dark…

Top picture is the north side. Bottom picture is the south side.