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Photo of Andover Double Tracking
Andover Double Tracking

Downeaster 684 slides by a little late at 3:00 PM at Frye in Andover. The name comes from Frye Village, the old name (prior to 1910) for what is now Shawsheen Village in Andover. Shawsheen Village still has an abandoned station through which all the Western Route trains pass through.
Thanks to Dave Saums for the history.

That looks like Northeast Direct food service car filling in.

Photographed by G Kenson, August 5, 2011.
Added to the photo archive by George Kenson, August 5, 2011.
Railroad: MBTA.

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