the old Central Mass. book put out by the B&M Historical Society, which has been reprinted, shows a good photo of one of those ammo trains heading to the Ft Devens, Sudbury site. Years ago that whole area was a secured area, they brought in ammo from Boston and other areas to store in bunkers at that site. Though rumors were about that it was matches for the boys overseas being kept there. There was a small Army yard at the once wye at Mirror lake or White Pond off the Central Mass. line. This spur went across Hudson road there at the Stow and Sudbury line into the Ft Devens site. The ROW can still be seen today. If you do travel that section and around hunting season be careful. The T back in the mid 80's came by and put up the guard rails on White Pond Road. For awhile that area at the old switch was becoming a junk yard. Years ago there was also barracks at the site where the Hudson housing is today off Hudson road. There was at one point also a radio tower and station far back into the woods, as a kid we would sneak through the fence and ride the dirt paths into the site. The site was later from local papers and rumors around the neighborhood that the state and army declared the area a hazard site, they went in cleaned up what ever it was. I do remember about 1/2dozen 1 1/2 ton army trucks coming out of there back in the late 80's. Does anyone know, did the Army have any facilities at that site for their motive power?