Dorchester Illustration 2215 J P O’Connell masons’ supplies

Dorchester Illustration no. 2215

Today’s illustration shows the J P O’Connell masons’ supplies building at a railroad crossing on Freeport Street in the 19 teens.  This was before the T took over.  The line was owned by the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad.


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