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Promenade Street Interlocking Tower, Promenade Street between Union Station & East Side Tunnel Viaduct, Providence, Providence County, RI

Promenade Street Interlocking Tower, Promenade Street between Union Station & East Side Tunnel Viaduct, Providence, Providence County, RI

 
 
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Significance: The structure houses the interlocking n signal equipment which regulates all train movements on the east end of Union Station for the main rail to Boston and for the east side branch to Bristol.
Survey number: HAER RI-23
Building/structure dates: 1909 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
AMTRAK
Federal Railroad Administration
New York, New Haven, & Hartford Railroad
DeLeuw, Cather/Parsons, contractor
Barrett, William E, photographer
Artemel, Janice G, historian
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