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Track work continues at Medfield Junction. A tie crane and a tamper occupy the end of the former Bay colony Newton line at Medfield junction. Photo by Steve Hurley, May 3, 2016.

Track work continues at Medfield Junction. A tie crane and a tamper occupy the end of the former Bay colony Newton line at Medfield junction. Photo by Steve Hurley, May 3, 2016.

RailPictures.Net Photo: NH 0594 New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad FM H16-44 at Boston, Massachusetts by Donald Haskel

RailPictures.Net Photo: NH 0594 New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad FM H16-44 at Boston, Massachusetts by Donald Haskel

Track work at Medfield Junction. The track splitting off to the left is bay colony's former Newton branch. To the right is the CSX main line. W. Mill St would be in the distance straight ahead. Photo by Steve Hurley. May 30, 2016.

Track work at Medfield Junction. The track splitting off to the left is bay colony's former Newton branch. To the right is the CSX main line. W. Mill St would be in the distance straight ahead. Photo by Steve Hurley. May 30, 2016.

Medfield Junction. Bay Colony Railroad. February 26, 1987. Switching at Conrail interchange.

Medfield Junction. Bay Colony Railroad. February 26, 1987. Switching at Conrail interchange.

Dover Center, MA. Bay Colony Railroad. November 10, 1989. Southbound at Depot. Passing the old Dover Country Store. When I lived in Medfield in the 1970s, this line was operated by Penn Central and was known as the Dover Secondary.

Dover Center, MA. Bay Colony Railroad. November 10, 1989. Southbound at Depot. Passing the old Dover Country Store. When I lived in Medfield in the 1970s, this line was operated by Penn Central and was known as the Dover Secondary.

RailPictures.Net Photo: PC 3225 Penn Central EMD GP40 at the Readville Old Colony crossover, Boston, Massachusetts, October, 1972 by Donald Haskel. The Boston to Selkirk freight eventually known as RESE is leaving Readville yard via the old Midland Division. The freight will travel to Walpole then head up the Framingham Secondary.

RailPictures.Net Photo: PC 3225 Penn Central EMD GP40 at the Readville Old Colony crossover, Boston, Massachusetts, October, 1972 by Donald Haskel. The Boston to Selkirk freight eventually known as RESE is leaving Readville yard via the old Midland Division. The freight will travel to Walpole then head up the Framingham Secondary.

RailPictures.Net Photo: BCRR 1064 Bay Colony Alco RS-1 at Medfield, Massachusetts by John Sistrunk

RailPictures.Net Photo: BCRR 1064 Bay Colony Alco RS-1 at Medfield, Massachusetts by John Sistrunk

Medfield Junction. Penn Central Railroad. June 5, 1972. Southbound LP-1 (Lowell to Providence) with PC 7277, 7558 (X-NH GP-9s).

Medfield Junction. Penn Central Railroad. June 5, 1972. Southbound LP-1 (Lowell to Providence) with PC 7277, 7558 (X-NH GP-9s).

Medfield Junction. Bay Colony Railroad. February 16, 1985. Switching at Conrail interchange.

Medfield Junction. Bay Colony Railroad. February 16, 1985. Switching at Conrail interchange.

Medfield Junction. Bay Colony Railroad. March 3, 1989. Approaching Conrail switch. Train is on the Millis branch, approaching the mainline switch. The mainline is the Framingham-Mansfield line.

Medfield Junction. Bay Colony Railroad. March 3, 1989. Approaching Conrail switch. Train is on the Millis branch, approaching the mainline switch. The mainline is the Framingham-Mansfield line.

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