The Grand Junction Railroad was chartered in 1847 to connect lines north and west of Boston with the waterfront. Although having passed through many name changes, most of the line still operates today with a daily freight between the former Beacon Park Yard to the New England Produce Center, also known as the Chelsea Produce Market, one of the largest in the world. Gary Gurske often worked the Grand Junction Branch during the Conrail era. In 2006, Gary rode with the now CSX crew between Beacon Park and the Produce Center.
Boston’s Grand Junction Railroad, The Produce Center
The Grand Junction Railroad, now CSX still has a job to do every day the Produce Center.
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