Springfield and Eastern Street Railway

The Springfield and Eastern Street Railway, originally the Palmer and Monson Street Railway, was a streetcar company in the towns east of Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Springfield And Eastern Street Railway - Lines
... the Boston and Albany Railroad east of downtown with current Route 32, the line continued with Main Street, crossing the tracks downtown ... returned to the road, continuing west to the border with Springfield, across the Chicopee River from Ludlow ... on present Route 32, splitting just before Palmer Center onto High Street ...

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