ⓘ Bedford Depot

Bedford Depot

ⓘ Bedford Depot

Bedford Depot is a historic railroad depot at 80 Loomis Street and 120 South Road in Bedford, Massachusetts. Bedford was the junction of the Reformatory Branch and the Lexington Branch of the Boston and Maine Railroad, it saw passenger service until 1977 as the stub of the Lexington Branch. The original 1874 depot and 1877 freight house are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, along with a restored Budd Rail Diesel Car, they form the centerpieces of the Bedford Depot Park.

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