Thank you, Leo! That's a perfect confirmation because it not only tells the whole route, it mentions the very spot where I saw the rails dug up: the B&M crossing on Woburn Street, which is now the Minuteman Bikeway crossing.
3rdrail wrote:How is a truck such as on 41 affixed to the car's body, Doug ? Is it as easy as having bolts on four corners ?The old Birney truck (not correct for a 1901 built car) was attached by the museum back in the 70's. It was attached by using four large pieces of wood bolted at the four corners and on the side to the truck, but it was not attached to the actual body of the car, just resting on these pieces of wood, so that no metal from the truck was touching the wood body of 41.
3rdrail wrote:Thanks, but I'm asking how a truck on a single-truck car is generally affixed.http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... 29,r:3,s:0