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Creating the tunnel cap at park Street
Depressing the train at Park Street
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 In the 1920s the train from Fields Corner to Shawmut and on to Ashmont Station was put in a valley and a tunnel cap was constructed to allow traffic and pedestrians to cross the rail-way. This picture shows the construction of the cap at Park Street.

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Created: April 26, 2011   Modified: April 26, 2011