Plymouth and Middleborough Railroad

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The Plymouth and Middleborough Railroad was a railroad in Massachusetts. It was incorporated in 1890 to provide a rail link between the towns of Middleborough and Plymouth, Massachusetts through Carver. The line was 15 miles long and opened for service on November 30, 1892. The next day, it was leased to the Old Colony Railroad for 99 years.[1]

In 1893, it became part of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad as part of the lease of the entire Old Colony Railroad network.

Stations[2][edit]

  • Middleborough (Junction with Old Colony main line)
  • Plympton Street (Middleborough)
  • East Middleborough
  • North Carver
  • Plymouth

References[edit]

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ Report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners, Feb 15, 1911, page 437
  2. ^ 1891 Atlas of Massachusetts, Plate 007