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The old control tower that used to protect the interlocking between the B&M's Troy Branch and Fitchburg mainline had already been abandoned for decades as a westbound EDMO was passing it early one afternoon in January 2001. It's hard to even imagine the one-time high speed Troy Branch ever being here. With the Route 67 bridge having been filled in, the ROW has become overgrown beyond recognition in many places.

Photographed by Jeff Bray, January, 2001.
Added to the photo archive by Jeff Bray, June 30, 2007.
Railroad: Guilford (B&M).

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