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Oakland Station
  • Image shows three men, and a railroad employee posing for a photograph at the Oakland Station in the Burrillville, R.I., village of Oakland. The employee stands on the stairs leading to the passenger train car as the three men stand on the tracks
Midland Division Depot, Woonsocket
  • Postcard depicts the Midland Division depot in Woonsocket, R.I. People stand on the platform as a train pulls into the Station. Horses and carriages stand on the platform next to the Station.
Ashton Station
  • Image shows the Ashton Station in Cumberland, R.I. Three men stand on the platform outside the Station. Residential buildings stand in the background.
Providence & Worcester roundhouse
  • Image shows the Providence and Worcester Roundhouse at the original Union Station in Providence, RI. Locomotives are parked at each roundhouse opening. Railroad employees stand in the yard.
Fields Station
  • Image shows a man standing in front of the Fields N.Y, N.H. &H. Railroad Station. The lower half of the shelter is painted white.
Tarkiln Station
  • Image shows the Tarkiln Station in Smithfield, RI. Two boys stand next to a bicycle on the platform of the Station. A third child is visible in the window of the Station and peers out from behind the boys. A woman and child sit on the ground next
Wallum Lake Station
  • Image shows a New Haven train, number 1747 approaching the Wallum Lake Station on the Pascoag extension in Burrillville, R.I. A man stands on the steps outside the small Station. A woman and man wait next to the track as the train pulls in.
Union Village
  • Image shows the Union Village shelter on the Pascoag and Woonsocket Railroad extension near North Smithfield, R.I. Three men stand inside the small shelter. Overgrown grass and shrubs surround the tracks and shelter.
Valley Falls Station
  • Image shows the Valley Falls Station on Chapel Avenue in Cumberland, R.I. Men stand outside the Station and sit on wooden carts. The brick Station has a shingled tower.