Fall River, Warren & Providence Railroad Co

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Fall River, Warren & Providence Railroad Co
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This item SOLD at 2018 Oct 22 @ 16:20UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Four cancelled shares of Fall River, Warren and Providence Railroad company, number 35 to Earl P. Mason. The Fall River, Warren and Providence Railroad was a railroad in southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island connecting the city of Fall River, Massachusetts with Warren, Rhode Island. It incorporated in 1862 as a merger of the Warren and Fall River Railroad Company of Rhode Island and the Fall River and Warren Railroad Company of Massachusetts. The railroad line itself was not completed until 1865. It ran for 8.0 miles from the Providence, Warren and Bristol Railroad line in Warren, Rhode Island to Somerset, Massachusetts, directly across the Taunton River from Fall River. In 1875, the line was connected to the Old Colony Railroad main line in Fall River with the opening of the Slade's Ferry Bridge. The Old Colony Railroad operated the line from 1875 until 1892 when it bought it outright. In 1893 the line became part of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad upon its lease of the entire Old Colony Railroad system. Ken Prag Collection City: State: Date: HWAC# 75853