A report on Weston, Massachusetts

Town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts United States, about 15 miles west of downtown Boston.

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Sandy Pond (Flint's Pond)

Stony Brook (Charles River tributary, Weston)

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Sandy Pond (Flint's Pond)

Stony Brook is a stream largely running through Lincoln and Weston, Massachusetts, then forming the Weston/Waltham boundary, and emptying into the Charles River across from the Waltham/Newton boundary.

The channel chamber house and open channel leading to the Weston Reservoir

Weston Aqueduct

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Aqueduct operated by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority .

Aqueduct operated by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority .

The channel chamber house and open channel leading to the Weston Reservoir

Now part of the MWRA backup systems, it was designed to deliver water from the Sudbury Reservoir in Framingham to the Weston Reservoir in Weston.

Natick, Massachusetts

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Town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.

Town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.

Natick Center Spring 2020
South Natick
East Natick
West Natick
Natick High School
Eliot Church in South Natick, Mass.
Natick Station Tree
Casey's Diner

Natick borders Wellesley, Wayland, Weston, Framingham, Sherborn and Dover.

The corner of North and Church Streets

Kendal Green Historic District

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The corner of North and Church Streets

The Kendal Green Historic District is a rural residential district running along North Avenue (Massachusetts Route 117) in Weston, Massachusetts.

Kendal Green station

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Kendal Green station on a 1913 postcard

Kendal Green station is an MBTA Commuter Rail station in Weston, Massachusetts, US, served by the Fitchburg Line.

Golden Ball Tavern Museum

Golden Ball Tavern

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Golden Ball Tavern Museum

The Golden Ball Tavern is a historic tavern, now a museum, located in Weston, Massachusetts.

Regis College (Massachusetts)

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College Hall
Norman Tower at Regis College

Regis College is a private Roman Catholic university run by the Sisters of St. Joseph in Weston, Massachusetts.

First Parish Church

Boston Post Road Historic District (Weston, Massachusetts)

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The Boston Post Road Historic District encompasses a portion of the historic roadway known as the Boston Post Road, which ran Boston, Massachusetts to Albany, New York.

The Boston Post Road Historic District encompasses a portion of the historic roadway known as the Boston Post Road, which ran Boston, Massachusetts to Albany, New York.

First Parish Church

The surviving alignment in Weston, Massachusetts extends along the entire length of United States Route 20, except for a bypassed section that passes through the town's village center.

Weston High School (Massachusetts)

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Weston High School campus and athletic fields

Weston High School is a high school (grades 9–12) in Weston, Massachusetts, United States, a suburb 12 miles west of Boston.

A map of the Massachusetts Central Railroad's route.

Central Massachusetts Railroad

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Railroad in Massachusetts.

Railroad in Massachusetts.

A map of the Massachusetts Central Railroad's route.
The Central Massachusetts Railroad in 1888.
Oakdale Station on January 13, 1897. Accidents were common at the diamond on the right side of the photo where the Central Massachusetts Branch crossed the WN&P Division main line.
The Central Massachusetts Branch was a major part of the Poughkeepsie Bridge Route, which connected New England with cities beyond New York.
Construction of the Clinton Viaduct on May 2, 1902
The west portal of the tunnel under Wilson Hill in Clinton on June 17, 1903.
An eastbound passenger train passes over Clinton Viaduct on December 11, 1903 during work on the Wachusett Dam.
A postcard showing Quinapoxet Station circa 1907.
Bondsville Station around 1923.
Weston Station is one of the few former Massachusetts Central Railroad Stations still standing.
A photo of the Central Massachusetts Railroad bridge over the Connecticut River, which is now a part of the Norwottuck Branch Rail Trail.
Engine 404 emerges from the eastern tunnel portal in Clinton on June 17, 1903, two days after it opened.
Engine 513 pulls a westbound freight over the Central Massachusetts Branch in Oakdale on June 27, 1903.
A 4-4-0 locomotive passes over the Clinton Viaduct on July 1, 1903.
A 4-4-0 locomotive passes over the viaduct on September 28, 1903.
A 4-4-0 locomotive pulls a pair of coaches near the Wachusett Dam Waste Weir in Clinton on April 1, 1908.
A 4-4-0 locomotive pulls passengers across the Bondsville Trestle in 1910.
West Boylston Station on July 11, 1896.

From there, the route ran 98.77 miles west through the modern-day towns of Belmont, Waltham, Weston, Wayland, Sudbury, Hudson, Bolton, Berlin, Clinton, West Boylston, Holden, Rutland, Oakham, Barre, New Braintree, Hardwick, Ware, Palmer, Belchertown, Amherst, and Hadley to its western terminal junction at N. O. Tower in Northampton with the Connecticut River Railroad.