ford people to Boston exists only in the memory of the long-suffering passengers who rode in its jolting cars.
Where is the aqueduct in its course from the reservoir to Charlestown?
Built forty years ago and later duplicated; are not its mains now in disuse, and what buildings are built over it?
What has become of the old reservoirs used by the Fire Department fifty years ago, and where were they located?
Perhaps a century hence someone may unearth the conduit from Mystic Lake through Ward Six, and under Mystic River, and wonder if a sort of Liliputian subway was once operated there.
Those who remember the turnpike will recall the fourand six-horse tandem teams that hauled single logs of mahogany to the mills at Winchester; but they come no more by the old town pump in the square.
Twice was an effort made to connect our northern neighbors with Boston, via the Medford Branch.
A summer outing might well be taken to trace the road bed of the original Stoneham Branch, but th