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Readville Shops

Out of the 20 major buildings of the New Haven at Readville this was the largest and only one of three remaining today. This was the machine, erecting, boiler and tank shop. It is about a quarter mile long and was where the locomotives had work done.
Today it houses John Hancock and several other businesses.

Photographed by Buddy Winiarz, February 25, 2007.
Added to the photo archive by Buddy Winiarz, March 3, 2007.
Railroad: NY, NH & H.

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