Boston Elevated Railway Guide Cover 1929
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From 1894 to 1947, the Boston Elevated Railway Company oversaw public transportation in Boston. The BERy, as it is abbreviated, constructed Boston's first elevated rapid transit lines and brought public bus transit to Boston's streets.
Graphic is the outer cover spread of the fifth edition of the "Boston Elevated Railway Guide and Information" brochure, published in 1929.
Fire art print captures all the nuances unique to the original art, including colors, text, marks, and patina of age. Fine art print is museum-quality, and printed with archival inks on acid-free paper. Paper is non-glossy with a matte finish. Printed in Cambridge, MA.