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Rail for this project

Rail for this project was purchased from Kovalchick Salvage in Pennsylvania. At about 38 pounds per yard, this rail is a bit heavier than the type (25 lb.) that the Billerica & Bedford Railroad used. By contrast, the standard-gauge B&M Lexington Branch used 85 lb. rail. We thank Bob Bailey and Kel-Scott Corporation for their help unloading the rail.

Photographed by Unknown From Friends Of Bedford Depot Park Inc., May 1, 2005.
Added to the photo archive by John Foley, March 9, 2006.
Railroad: Billerica & Bedford.

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