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C. V. Station

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Pictured here is the third railroad station built on this Northfield, Massachusetts, site. It was constructed in 1902 for the Vermont & Mass Railroad Station and then leased to the Central Vermont Railroad. It was designed to serve three passenger trains each way per day and an unlimited number of freight trains on route between Canada and the Atlantic seaboard. The incoming freight cars carried mostly coal and merchandise. The outgoing took lumber and farm produce.


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