Boston Division No. 61, B. of L. E. History
By Wilton F. Bucknam, editor
A History of Boston Division, Number Sixty-One, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Edited and Compiled under the Auspices of the Division by Wilton F. Bucknam, 1906.
Code Explanation: E= Eastern R. R. (now Eastern Div., B. & M.); M= Boston & Maine (Westen Div., B. & M.); L= Boston, Lowell & Nashua (Boston & Lowell, now So. Div., B. & M.); F= Fitchburg R. R. (Fitchburg Div., B. & M.); V= Vermont & Mass. R. R. (now a section of F. Div., main line); A= Boston & Worcester R. R. (with Western R. R., the main line of the Boston & Albany); P= Boston & Providence (now N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.);
O= Old Colony & Newport R. R., with Cape Cod R. R., Bridgewater Branch R. R., also later the Fairhaven & New Bedford R. R., and Boston, Clinton & Fitchburg R. R. became Old Colony R. R.; T= Taunton & New Bedford R. R.; C= Boston, Clinton & Fitchburg R. R.; Y= Boston, Hartford & Erie R. R., later known as the New York and New England R. R.;
Mil.= Milford, Franklin & Providence R. R.; R= Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn R. R.; N= Nantucket R. R.; W= Worcester & Nashua R. R. (now the W. N. & P. Div. of B. & M.); Va= Various, including men running engines othert than railroad corporations, contractors, etc.' ?= When road is unknown or not given.
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