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Plan shows location of Maplewood and Danvers Street Railway Company. on Newbury Street in Peabody. The map also shows height of street and grade level for railway. The plans were drawn September 26, 1903 and were done by G.M. Tompson civil and consulting engineer who was located at 6 Beacon Street in Boston. The plans were approved on November 19, 1903 by the Board of Selectmen.
The map shows the Maplewood & Danvers Street Railway and Boston & Maine Railroad; Salem & Lowell Branch B & M Railroad; Newburyport Branch B & M Railroad; Newbury Street; Peabody Boundary with Lynnfield and Peabody's boundary with Danvers. Streets include: Locust Street; Lake Street; Wynona Street; Forest Street; Pine Street and Lowell Street.
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|Creator||G. M. Tompson|
|Title||Location of the Maplewood & Danvers Street Railway in Peabody, Mass.|
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