The line was called the "Framingham Union St. Ry." and, was the original
horsecar company in Framingham, became the two lines of the B&W connecting the Turnpike with So. Framingham. As for lines to the cemetery, there seems to have been nothing between the B&W Saxonville line and the B&W lines to Marlborough and Hudson. The M&B had a line to Saxonville also but, it came in from the Wayland side. So, no trolleys near the Edgehill Grove Cemetery. Sometimes other things look like track or, maybe they had an internal pushcart railway for moving things around. In Framingham, except for the short section into Saxonville the M&B in Framingham seems to have been all on the present Rte. 16. Because it inherited the Framingham Union, the B&W got there first. This information is from O.R.'s book and the 1904 M&B track chart. I don't think the M&B built anything after 1904.