There was (still shows on town GIS map) a spur that came off in South
EAST Sudbury (A bit east of the S.
E. Sudbury station) in a northerly direction to just south of route 20 (right on the west side of the Buddy Dog Humane Society building) almost opposite Goodmans Hill Road. The property is now owned by Nstar. I think
it was previously owned by Boston Edison. Was this built to bring in BEco equipment or did it have another purpose originally? I vaguely remember freight cars on it when I was a kid. AFAIK, the adjacent Linde facility did not have rail service.
Sudbury GIS map: http://www.mapsonline.net/sudburyma/index_public.phtml
Edited 11/31 0121 Est. Corrected references to read "East Sudbury". Apologies for any confusion.
Seen behind the motorman on the inside wall of a PCC departing "Riverside" many years ago: "Pickpockets are on duty for your convenience."