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MS031_1800s Robinson_s Bridge Church St facing north (1).jpeg
Photograph of Robinson's Bridge on Church Street facing North taken in the 1880s.

MS030_1950s-Borden-Colony-King-Philip-St_595.jpg
Photograph of a house in a state of disrepair in the Borden Colony on King-Philip Street in Raynham.

MS029_1946s-by-the-horse-drink_595.jpg
Johnson's Pond by the horse drink

MS028_1946-Johnson-s-Pond_595.jpg
Postcard of people canoeing in Johnson's Pond located in Raynham Massachusetts.

MS027_1907-Robinson-s-Bridge-E-Ray_595.jpg
1880s photograph of Robinson's Bridge on Church Street facing north.

MS026_1923-RR-Depot_595.jpg
New Raynham Depot opened Feb.16, 1923. Raynham station for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. The New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad, commonly known as the New Haven, was a railroad that operated in northeastern United States from…

MS025_1890s-PO-North-Rayn_595.jpg
Photograph of the North Raynham Post Office taken in the 1890s.

MS024_1900s-Ina-B.-Dwyer-Trolley-Station_595.jpg
Photograph of Ina B. Dwyer, wife of George, mother of Leslie and Norris; 3rd from right in light colored hat taken at the Raynham Trolley station sometime during the 1900s. The other people in the photograph have not been identified.

MS023_1909-trolley_595.png
Photograph of a trolley on the trestle bridge for Taunton and Brockton line. This trolley trestle was located in North Raynham near the present-day Milk Bottle Restaurant.

MS022_1907-10Trolley-trestle-N-Raynham_595.jpg
Photograph of a trolley on the trestle bridge for Taunton and Brockton line. This trolley trestle was located in North Raynham near the present-day Milk Bottle Restaurant.
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