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D'Anna Imaging Portrait Studio (Cliftondale Station)
This remarkable little structure is one of three surviving railroad stations that represent the oldest examples of their type in Massachusetts. Characteristic of the early passenger stations, a hipped roof having exceptionally
A second example, although much altered, is the station in Saugus Center built at the same time. Larger but designed with identical detailing on the exterior, it is located on Central Street adjacent to the tracks. The third example is in Malden.
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