No bandstand, no police or fire, no Simonds Park . . .
New England’s first highway drove the local economy without a single car.
When the main road was a meandering animal path.
I survived a truck accident, but not the typical kind.
Just in time for Halloween!
Erase Drake Road, Red Coat Lane, Harris Drive and Ellery Lane. What’s left? Hilltop Farm.
When the town still had big patches of nothing.
Boston’s dead-end ramp and Burlington’s Route 3 have something in common.
The Turnpike of today is devoid of children, but this site isn’t about today.
The state botched the Burlington stretch of Route 128 in 1970