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e departure of the cattle market to Brighton this house remained in its decadence till during last year it was torn down and a big modern garage there erected. Equally lonely was the tract beyond Quarry hill till in 1869 the Boston & Lowell railroad laid its tracks from Somerville junction to its purchased Arlington and Lexington road. A little village called West Somerville began to grow around the railway station and extend itself compactly to Cambridge line and up onto both Spring and Walnut hills. In the late sixties a little chapel was built near the entrance to the old quarry. Removed toward Davis square for a time, it was brought back again, and later moved down and across Broadway, somewhat enlarged and used as a Union Chapel, till the erection last fall, just beside it in Medford territory, of the present creditable structure recently opened for public Assembly of the Brethren. But College avenue is not now without its houses of worship, as six have been there erected, the