By brentastic

Wet leaves on the old Agricultural Branch Railroad

Built in 1847, this Massachusetts railway line originally provided a local rail connection between Framingham and Northborough through the town of Southborough and a small portion of the city of Marlborough. Originally in use to supply local business and industry, now a train is very rarely seen. Apparently the line is still used by CSX though portions have been abandoned or converted to a cycle path. If you looked in the other direction weeds are growing thickly through the wooden sleepers. The most use the line gets now is in the summer when kids jump off the nearby trestle bridge into the Foss Reservoir.

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