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These are pages 34 and 35 of volume 1, issue 3 of the Trolley Days in Western Massachusetts publication from January to December 1985. Edited and published by Kenneth F. DeCelle and Richard Borrup, the opening article focuses on history of The Hampshire and Worcester Street Railway. Photograph on the left page: a front view of The Hampshire and Worcester Street Railway double truck open car #9 (Stephenson 1902.) On the step is Joseph Morin, conductor. Photograph on the right page: The Hampshire and Worcester Street Railway Company car #2 at Rock House on the West Brookfield road where rough terrain could be pictured.
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The album was acquired in September 2013.
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