1906 photo Magnolia railroad station. Smithsonian photo

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7 Responses to 1906 photo Magnolia railroad station. Smithsonian photo

  1. Vickie & Peter says:

    Where was the train station?

  2. Dave Moore says:

    Now that’s a classic horse and buggy and is that a model T?

  3. Jim Groves says:

    This is a great photo of the Magnolia RR station which was located at the end of Magnolia Ave. in Manchester. The station did not look this good when the Conductor stopped the train to let me off there on my return from Panama in 1955 because I had slept through the Manchester stop.

  4. Christine Witham says:

    I have seen this photo before but does anyone know where exactly it was located?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Looks like Manchester to me!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Yes, it Manchester. It was accessed on a road going north off of Summer Street just south of Kettle Cove.

  7. Yes, it’s Manchester. It was acceded by a road going north off of Summer Street just south of Kettle Cove.

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