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[p. 47] 2 1/4, 4 1/2 and 6 P. M. From Medford at 7 and 8 1/4 A. M., 1 1/2, 3 1/4 and 5 P. M., with an extra train on Saturday from Medford at 6 1/2 and from Boston at 9 P. M. One year later there were seven trains each way.

Single fares were twelve cents, but, by the hundred, tickets were sold at first for $8, later for $10, and in 1851, for 11.25. John F. Sanborn was the first conductor. Several years later he became an engineer on the road till the great ‘strike’ cost him his position.

Commencing in 1850, Samuel S. Blanchard drove a daily omnibus to Boston for several years. Fare, fifteen cents.

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