Boston Elevated Railway Company photograph album
- Approximately 1901
Album containing 66 linen-backed gelatin silver photographs of train cars, stations, yards, and machinery operated by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. Captions are dated 1898-1901.
- Boston Elevated Railway Company (Organization)
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Open for research.
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Established in 1894, the Boston Elevated Railway Company (BERy) was a private company which operated railway lines serving suburban and downtown Boston. The company was absorbed by the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) in 1947. In 1964 the MTA was succeeded by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA).
1 Volumes (1 container) : 66 photographs. Bound in brown cloth with hand-lettered title on front cover: Rolling stock and electrical apparatus. ; 20 x 28 cm
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Purchased in November 2015 frorm B and L Rootenberg bookseller.
- Boston Elevated Railway Company Photograph Album
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