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berlin, Henry O. Houghton, Fred S. Davis, Henry F. Woods, of Somerville, Samuel L. Montague, James H. Hilton, and Edmund Reardon. Charles E. Raymond was president, and Daniel U. Chamberlin treasurer. The Cambridge and Charles River roads became a part of the West End system in 1887. The West End now controls practically all the street-car lines centring in Boston; it has adopted the overhead electric system, and is furnishing service and equipment unsurpassed by any street railway in America. To illustrate the extent of the travel between Boston and Cambridge, William J. Marvin, Bridge Commissioner, has prepared the following table:— Traffic over West Boston, Craigie, Prison Point, and Harvard bridges, April 18, 1896, between the hours of 6 A. M. and 7 P. M.. Teams.Horses.People.Bicycles.Cars.Passengers. West Boston Bridge4,035,5,4669,9022461,04620,231 Craigie Bridge7,28410,92614,91320256312,695 Prison Point Bridge1,9752,9163,96295 Harvard Bridge3,8014,85
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