Green River Bridge in Greenfield ca. 1910 - Cover 2017 Railroad Calendar Picture

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Note: - Engine 972 leads a westbound passenger train over the Green River bridge, now commonly known as the Dunkin Donuts bridge. The bridge was built in 1881, replaced in 1912 and has served well with just one track for decades. The water barrel was a necessity on all bridges as overheated bearings on freight cars, as well as sparks from brakes and locomotives, could set bridge timbers on fire with disastrous results. The two wires running across the bridge are curious. All other wires would be on the pole line(s) below the bridge. Eng 972 was a 4-4-0 Standard built in Manchester NH in April 1904 and scrapped in February 1935.

Year - 2017

Original Size - 8.5x11

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Title - Green River Bridge in Greenfield ca. 1910