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Savin Hill Station
Savin Hill Station
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 The station at Savin Hill resembled the one at Ashmont that we saw yesterday. The Shawmut station and the one at Columbia Road were of similar design. The exterior of the Shawmut station has been preserved in its recent re-construction in the early years of the 21st century.



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Created: April 24, 2011   Modified: April 24, 2011